When the cats and I are in a fog

The last days of August brought fog, mist, and rain.  The first days of September brought fog, mist, and rain, with interspersed steamy humidity and 90+ days, hot evenings, and just enough sun to make going outside only slightly less dreary.  My friends are all back at work and I am still trying to decide if I am ever going to do anything besides New Deal research alternating with the dishes.  Heavy choices.

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12 Responses to When the cats and I are in a fog

  1. peggyjoan42 says:

    Well, I suppose you could find a new hobby. New Deal and dishes will not fill all the hours of the day. Lets see maybe: traveling, bike riding, hiking, visiting all near by ponds, building a gazebo, ah . . . reading a book a week, horseback riding, water-skiing (I use to do that). Good luck on finding interesting things to fill your days. Naps are great!

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  2. It is hard to get motivated at the end of summer like this. But I have been unmotivated all summer. Maybe when it gets cooler…by October.

    Your cats look like a family of cats that live down the street from me. Flowers are nice. And feeding cats qualities as something to do.

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    • Suzassippi says:

      I really do a lot of things, just no motivation to do the things I need to–like get all the junk out of this house and start repairs! I do think I will be more motivated when it is cooler–I am hoping so anyway.

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  3. Cooler weather will definitely help. Meanwhile, what kind of quick treat

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  4. would keep you looking forward???

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  5. Sheryl says:

    Fog, rain, and mist doesn’t sound like fun. Hopefully the weather has taken a turn for the better by now.

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  6. janebye says:

    Pretty! And the great thing about retirement is that you can do whatever you want. Well, till the dishes are overflowing. 🙂

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