Friday, August 18, 2017

August...and Beyond

As some of you may or may not know, August is a tough month for me. Mainly because this was traditionally the month I would spend the most time with Mousie. Her 'rents would go on various holidays and I would be summoned up to the house to babysit the fur baby. Last year was tough. Since she left, my own life has changed in so many ways that are too weird, and not relevant to this blog! But, there has been more than one occasion that I've wished I could go and see her as that would give me at least a couple of hours peace. 

I don't need to explain why this August has been so horrific for the world in general. I hope all the Southern US kitties are keeping safe, and a shout out to the Spain kitties, if I do in fact have any blog visitors from Spain, are keeping safe, too in this increasingly crazy, and outrageous world.

We have a huge eclipse coming up. Prayers and peace to all.


 Contemplative, thinking about this world.


(outtakes from the replacement camera taken early 2015)

6 comments:

Eastside Cats said...

It's like having a hole in your life! Perhaps there will be a time in the future for Angel Mousie to send a new kitty into your life...either one of your own or someone else's who will share with you.

Gidget BlueSky said...

it is a huge loss, i know, i still talk yo my honey all da time, can't you see and feel her when you close your eyes

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

Purrs to you. The whole world is hurting, but it's the personal aches that go really deep.

Dash Kitten said...

You miss her, that's so tough. Now there is a space where a love is and a precious cat used to be * hugs *

We agree times are difficult, and we need to show our love for our fellow humans and cats.

Debra Taylor said...

Prayers and peace to you, too!
Love your photos .. so precious.

Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog for stories of the abandoned/feral cat colony I manage.

Debby in Prescott Valley, Arizona


http://RescuesAndMore.blogspot.com

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

The pain of the loss never goes. It subsides for a while then comes back to hit you again. I look at my photos every night and tickle tummies but wish so much that I could feel that soft warm fur again.