Companion. Yours may not be covered in fur like mine (AKA Chester J. Lampwick) but you have one — or more.…
Companion. Yours may not be covered in fur like mine (AKA Chester J. Lampwick) but you have one — or more.
You might think “companion” refers to a person with whom you share experiences, but the definition is much broader:
- A person who is frequently in the company of, associates with, or accompanies another.
- A mate or match for something.
- A handbook or guide.
- A member of the lowest rank in an order of knighthood.
(Of course, I live with two furry companions, and I can’t give the other short shrift. Say hello to Felix P. Hoenicker):
This is much more than your opportunity to flood the internet with cat photos (although the internet’s ability to absorb cat photos is infinite, so one can never have too many). Your companion might be a pet, or your partner or progeny. Maybe it’s an object you unconsciously fiddle with as you work, a view that keeps you company, an album that helps you stay grounded, or a hobby you use to unwind at the end of each day. (If your companion is actually a low-ranking knight, you win.)
Share a picture of a COMPANION and explain why you chose that picture.
We’re excited to see who and what you share your lives with!
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