June is busting out all over and so are the magnolias, roses, gardenias, hydrangeas, and some curious mushrooms. Those I would not trust to eat, but they sure are interesting looking.
I hope everyone had a nice Mother’s Day and Memorial Weekend. Sadly there seems to be more people to keep in our prayers every month. It’s important to be thankful for the blessings in our lives even if it’s only having a day with no drama!
Hard to believe we are almost halfway through 2022. Let’s hope things start to improve soon. It’s been a heck of a couple of years and none of us are getting any younger! Try to stay healthy so when the world finally regains balance, we’ll be around to appreciate it! Geeze.
We have several holidays this month starting with Flag Day on June 14th. Let’s join together and show our patriotism for our country regardless of politics. On June 19th we have Father’s Day, so remember to honor your Dad whether he’s still with you or not. Chances are if he’s not, he’s still keeping an eye on you.
The summer solstice is on June 21st which marks the beginning of summer and the longest day of the year when the sun is at its highest, most northern point in the Northern Hemisphere. At the same time, it is the beginning of winter in the Southern Hemisphere. That’s today’s astronomy lesson.
On to my animal kingdom. My cat Winnie has decided to make my dining room table his/her new permanent residence. I know, I know. How appalling. Not really. I have a big table and he/she takes up very little room. Yes, it seems like I’ve turned into a “Crazy Cat Lady!” By the way, I’m not intentionally being politically correct with the pronouns because when Winnie first showed up, I thought it was a she so I named her Winnie. When he/she finally was tame enough to be an indoor cat, the vet gave me the surprising news that Winnie was a “he.” So now I tell people Winnie is short for Winston.
Oliver the Owl is still trying to cajole Olivia into some kind of tet-a-tete, but she won’t have anything to do with him; and he’s keeping everyone awake with his longing. Typical male. Ignore them and they keep coming back! Fred, the woodpecker taps out his annoyance with them all day long. I have to admit it sure beats hearing the sounds of horns and sirens!
I’m excited to announce the paperback edition of No Way Out is now available. As I mentioned last month, a few comments were, “it ended too soon” and “what happened to Elle/Libby?” The next sisterhood book, Tick Tock will see the return of Libby, and a few characters from Hidden (Book One of The Lost and Found Series) will also make an appearance. I hope you become as attached to these characters as I have.
Last month’s contest saw a record number of entries. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I think we should reprise that with another bundle of my favorites including No Way Out.
A few more things. June is cataract awareness month. Take it from me, if your doctor tells you to have them removed, please listen and take action. Waiting too long can cause serious vision issues. It’s also National Adopt a Cat Month; and let’s not forget National Accordion Awareness Month. Polka anyone? LOL.
Thanks for visiting. Hope you come on by again soon. Be safe, be well, be kind.