(yes, I said homework place! For every good student must go to the same place, it must be quiet and free of distractions!)
As I was saying, I was sitting in my homework place (which is on my bed, pillows propped to support my back, laptop on my lap) and I was struggling to write yet another literary analysis of Faulkner. As I paused the rat-a-tat-tat of my keyboard to think, I looked out the window directly in front of me and what did I see? A distraction--in fact--two distractions! We have woods that surround our house and we frequently see deer walking through; but with a double-take (or two)--I ran to get my camera so I could share this fun with you. (Am I addicted or what..."Darn, where is that camera; I've got to get a shot of this to show my blogging friends!")
By the time I removed the laptop from my laptop from my lap and moved that books that surrounded my little center of thought and found my camera, they had moved from the most perfect shot (of course) and I was only able to chase them from window to window as they passed by.
Can you see this darling duo? Not two deer, but two St. Bernards! St.Bernards! For crying out loud in the night already--I know we get a lot of snow each winter in Minnesota, but this isn't Switzerland! I wonder what they're rescuing? More likely, they're looking for a snack, so I have secured my little dogs nearby me on my bed--I mean--my homework place!