Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life

My typical day starts with some quality pillow time with Eloise, getting ready, then a quick walk to work that has routinely involved sighting movie and tv shoots this year. You know you have become a New Yorker when you don’t even bother checking to see what’s being shot or just get annoyed that they are blocking your egress. . . The view from office my isn’t bad- I particularly like those gargoyles; they are just about at eye level from its 24th floor window. A calendar featuring some of last year’s pug projects hangs on the wall. Yesterday’s activities included an after work drink with a friend, and I caught a glipse of the Chrysler building on the walk home. The chess board is a few blocks from there. The pieces are moved frequently – how or when I don’t know.


About puglife

Eloise the pug, starred in my 2012 project "365 Days of Pugs". Halley the pug, a recent addition, will no likely be featured her when she can stay still long enough to have her picture taken.
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5 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life

  1. puglife says:

    I’m not sure I understand you comment in the context of the post, though I appreciate your stopping by.

  2. The start of your day sounds like the best part 🙂 How funny, that you don’t even check what’s being filmed anymore. There may be major stars involved.

    • puglife says:

      The start of the day is the best part. She is particularly cuddly then, assuming she has had breakfast. 😉 I have spotted a few stars over the years, but mostly just by chance rather by stalking the locations. They often look so different in person it’s hard to recognize them anyway.

  3. Eloise looks like she is contemplating her day ahead too-and the Chrysler Building-one of my most favorite buildings in the world!

    • puglife says:

      I think she was trying to figure out how to get a second breakfast from me. 😉

      I love it, too! It’s one of the only buildings in the city that still makes me pause and look at it like a tourist.

      Thanks for stopping by and your comments!

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