Hectic weeks

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It’s an usual month of June : our human doesn’t know which way to turn anymore, our blog is neglected, and we don’t even speak of visiting our pals …

There is a cortege and a School Day to be prepared, it’s the end of the school year, and in addition to this, our human is working full-time since one week (till the end of the month) because her colleague is sick. She takes care of the garden and the kitchen garden after a fashion : water, weed, collect…

Claire tells us that she’s building a flying saucer in her classroom, and that her pupils are all Martians : her mental health really worries us !

All that we can propose you today it is a garden tour : it’s already better that nothing. For comments on your blogs on the other hand, you’ll need to be patient, because our capacity to visit you is going to remain very random until June 30th !
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24 thoughts on “Hectic weeks

  1. Athena

    Lovely photos!

    It’s been hectic around here too. Mum is all over the place at the moment, with a million things to do and think about and trying hard to keep up with all the blogging and visiting blogging pals.

    The heat doesn’t help either. It makes her more grumpy.

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  2. Summer

    It sounds like your human is working VERY hard… not quite sure what she is teaching though! My human wants to take one of her classes and build a flying saucer!

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  3. Sammy and Teddy

    Busy busy – sometimes it’s just like that and we “companions” have to accept that and wait for our humans to land and pay some attention to US! Hopefully that will happen for you all soon – meanwhile enjoy your beautiful garden and NAPS – lots of NAPS!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  4. The Menagerie Mom

    Your human is working hard, Zorro and Pixie, and doing very important work at that. We totally understand if blogging and commenting isn’t as frequent. In fact, we’ve been falling behind in our commenting, but plan on catching up soon. Purrs!

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  5. LP

    This time of year is always hectic for our human too …especially with all the daily watering needing to be done for her garden. Luckily Claire can see the light at the end of the the tunnel since school will soon be out for summer! 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  6. caren gittleman

    oh poor Claire!!! She is working so hard! Tell her not to feel bad, my Mom isn’t nearly as busy as she is and last week she barely blogged AT ALL!! Sometimes life just gets in the way. Claire’s garden is GLORIOUS!!

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  7. Eastside Cats

    Am certainly curious about flying saucer creation! Our yard is very shady, so not many plants grow (not even grass!) but I worked in the garden Sat & Sun; hope some of the plants live!

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  8. da tabbies o trout towne

    pixie & zorro…itz oh kay; we understand….hope stuff settlez down soon N tell claire we said thanx for sharin theeze fotoz…yur gardin iz total lee awesum; thoz pink flowerz R way kewl !!! 🙂 ♥♥

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  9. Raven

    A flying saucer? I guess that’s ok as long as you don’t have to go to Mars.
    Your garden is lovely, and both of you are looking beautiful in your photos.

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  10. Mickey's Musings

    The school year ends here on June 30 too.
    Claire must be glad she has you two to give her cat therapy and help her make it to the end of the school year.
    We are sure you will all have fun and relaxing times then 🙂
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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