Ty and I invented a new game today called "reverse fetch," where I fetch the toy and give it to him. I have a job interview tomorrow, so I was trying to tire him out, but so far I'm the only one that's tired. Being single and debt free, with the kids grown up, puts me in a great position to decide how any job would relate to my dogs.
I could work at home like my last job, or even hire an assistant to spend time with my doggies if I decide on an office job or management position. I could stay self employed or even take a job at McDonald's if I wanted to. I could hit the road in my RV and take a job anywhere in the country. I've been fortunate to have a successful career, and to have a resume that gives me options.
Ty was born in my living room in front of me, and he meant the whole world to his first owner before she was hospitalized. It's finally starting to feel like I am doing better for him than some random person on Craigslist I could give him to.