I don’t have an amazing job by many standards, it’s simple. I pick up food, I drop it off….repeat. So I deliver food, or as I like to say it in a fancy way: I’m a courier. I enjoy it though, when it’s time to leave the house I’m excited…when I come home I feel I’ve earned the tag line many do after a long day at work “[insert whoever lives with you here] I’m home!” My cat, Johnny is the recipient of my emphatic exclamation at the end of a shift. It’s not often I have additions like “I forgot the milk”….but there’s occasional “I got you a new mouse” ones. I’ve also always had a fear of opening the door to a dark room that no one’s in. I’m instantly 5 and every monster is soooooo right behind the door. Even leaving a light on with no human or animal on the other side (add the tv being on) didn’t help. Alexa wasn’t that helpful either “Alexa, are there any monsters in the house since I’ve been gone?” Having Johnny however calms me down as I turn the key. I’m positive if anything was weird she’d be geeked out in a corner or right at the door with a “a dark shadow with fangs is in the kitchen” look. It’s a simple thing at the end of a simple job-but it’s a comforting ritual to coming home.