Furbaby Friday 2/24/2023

Happy Friday, book friends! It’s been a week of settling in to the new house, unpacking, and letting Azula explore her outdoor and indoor spaces. She seems to be settling in pretty well, and we even saw some deer in the yard this morning.

Monday was a bit of a stressful day for our pup, because we had a man come in to install a radon filtering system in the basement. He was here, hammering away, for about four hours, which she did not appreciate. Then, right after he left, our fridge was delivered by more strange men coming into her house. In the evening, Andy and I made salmon and asparagus for dinner and learned that our smoke detectors work and are linked. Poor Azula didn’t like hearing all of them go off at once while we struggled to find them and turn them off.

It’s been smoother sailing since Monday, though. Most of our boxes are unpacked and all my books are on the shelves again, which really makes a house feel like a home in my opinion. Azula has been enjoying all of her window access, which is a massive increase over the old house.

You can tell she’s still a bit uncertain in this photo from earlier in the week
Here, she’s settling in a bit more and enjoying her window bench

Reading-wise, I’m finally settling back into a routine with my mornings and evenings. It’s nice to have time and energy to read again after all the stress of the move.

The weekend should bring us more time to explore the local area and hopefully introduce Azula to her new dog park. After last weekend was more or less all moving and unpacking, I’m definitely excited for a few days of relaxing.

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That’s it for Azula and I for this week! I hope you had a good week and that you’ve got a great weekend ahead!


11 thoughts on “Furbaby Friday 2/24/2023

  1. Oh I’m happy she’s starting to settle in. You’re probably already aware, but if you have deer in your yard, you have deer TICKS in your yard. Please make sure she’s up to date on her anti-flea and tick meds! I don’t want her to get sick. My dog is so furry we’d never find a tick on him, so we’re extra vigilant in the spring and summer around here.

  2. I’m glad Azula has a bench and is enjoying watching out the window. Strange people in the house is upsetting to me to, poor baby. Glad you are getting back into a routine, AmandaKay. Have a great weekend exploring.

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