As we come upon the last days of June it occurs to us that it was no less jam packed with action and work as the months preceding it. That is fine with us. Cat boys love going to work. In fact, we have to use all sorts of tricks to keep them indoors where they can relax, listen to music, dance, read, nap, etc.
It isn't easy picking up from the last post where students graduated and went about their ways. So I am going to jump right into it and share with you a few tid bits of the days of June.
For example, 2 weekends ago I bought a box of cards that captured fairly accurately how things go in our household.
You guess who the mice are and you will get a prize from the magnificent one who is hiding behind the wall. Seriously, you will.
The card showing a paw reminded me to show you some paws and kitty hinies....
Here's Augustus the Sweet Pants, one morning in June, half of him wondering if he should chase the birds while the other half was planning to chase the squirrels.
Another day we were out and Mr Sweet Pants was scoping the surroundings.
The same day we also came across two feathers from visiting pigeons.
He also demonstrated his wild side by trying to scale a straight wall.
Augustus and I applauded him.
it made Ollie turn upside down.
This morning's thoughts were centered on this: thankfulness, especially in the midst of having problems to solve and deadlines to keep we always smile with thankfulness at the help that arrives miraculously, steadily, bountifully.
I'm thankful for a pair of shoes that feel really good on my feet; I like my shoes.
I'm thankful for the birds; I feel like they're singing just for me when I get up in the morning... Saying, 'Good morning, John. You made it, John.'
I'm thankful for the sea breeze that feels so good right now, and the scent of jasmine when the sun starts going down.I'm thankful...Johnny Cash
Catboys filled their big paws with kisses and sent them your way as you prepare to have a great weekend.