The 24th & 25th; There is some light left.
The 24th of June. Back to being not very warm. I liked the in-between weather, when it was about twenty. Oh well. Bloody British summer. Anyway, you don't come here for meteorology.
This morning I wrote up a blog post, idly watched some of Saturday Kitchen, then went to see the kittens. They've livened up since yesterday, although I could only see two of them. Obviously Betty is fine - she always runs right up to the door, chatting away. I rang up a chap who is interested in coming to view, so he and his wife are coming tomorrow. They can't have any until they're neutered so I've got some time with them still.
After lunch, I've managed to while away the afternoon doing not much of anything. I did a chocolatey face mask, watched some tennis, and the latest episode of Nashville which had me an absolute wreck. Do not show me daughters watching their mother die because I cannot cope - it is my worst fear.
So after that, I had to go and see the kittens again to cheer me up. They were much more forthcoming than usual - I got to stroke Bree, Betsy and Brodie, and they had great fun learning about shoelaces.
Watching the footage of Jeremy Corbyn at Glastonbury made me quite emotional. So many people who believe in a world where hope triumphs over fear and where everyone gets a chance at a decent life. There is some light left.
The 25th of June.
Well it's been a much busier Sunday than I am used to. I accidentally left the box of Dreamies out last night and they've eaten them all. I'd say there were 50 Dreamies in that box. So they were mental this morning.
Becky came round about eleven. She's had a super busy three weeks with report-writing and doing levels and having meetings about those, so no time to catch up until today, bless her. She got to meet the floofs and managed to get some cuddles, then we were joined by James. He has a play with the ones that were out - I think all the Dreamies made them more outgoing. They left when Alison rang about a holiday cottage, then after lunch, she came round to meet the kitties too.
I had a couple coming to view the kittens this afternoon, and they arrived just before two. We thought they wanted two kittens, but they've decided one is enough (they already have two adult cats) so we had to try to work out which one would fit in best with their dynamic. Betsy presented herself first, and as is usually the way, it was love at first sight. I thought she'd be the one, as she's so pretty, and she sits on me for the longest. They left after an hour and a half, and I've just got to sort out the neutering, then they can have her! And now I can let some other people view the rest.
Since then, tennis, Grand Prix, bit of crochet. Everybody tired.