My name is Kim. I am the CEO of a large, loud household that includes multiple off-spring, all of their friends, an extended family, a frequently overwhelmed husband, and a very poorly trained schnauzer, named Buster.
I work from a home office which has certain benefits, like conference calling in your pajamas and never having to eat a sandwich that has spent hours in a thermal bag, squished between an ice pack and a pop can. But there are also drawbacks. One of them may be developing an unnatural relationship with the dog. Buster is a VERY BAD dog – but a VERY GOOD friend and I have learned many things by watching him manage his day-to-day affairs.
Stuff My Dog Taught Me is a sometimes heartwarming, always amusing compilation of my observations about life, Buster’s observations about life, and a hodge podge of other stuff we both find interesting.