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Who I have Been Coming Home To...

It has been a really long week - work is crazy and busy, and I feel as though I do not have enough time in my day to complete all the things I need to do... aaah, I suppose that's just how it's going to be.

As I am so tired today and haven't had a chance to really put together much of an extravagant post, I will make it short and sweet.

As soon as I got home today, my Ernie-cat has been for the most part, super cuddly and attached to my side. As I got comfy in my bed, he jumped on me, digging to get under the covers to get warm. Adorbs.

Look at that freckled mouth and that face of cuteness. <3
He is a reminder of how to ride out the crazy and let it go. My calming peace in the raging storms. My love. Yes, I'm total crazed cat-lady, okay, not quite that crazy.

When you get home from a crazy day at work or school, how do you best get comfy and let it go? I love to lay in bed with Hulu + and YouTube, cuddling with the Ernie-cat.

I wuv him...

Stay tuned for my #BDV post tomorrow! I should hopefully be all rested up.

Have a fantastic evening,



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