Tucker’s photo session went well – after I bribed him with treats. I will show the results when they are sent to me. As regards buying the calendar, I will put the information for its acquisition on the side of this blog early next week. Though the calendar has yet to be printed, copies may be ordered at any time now.
In the meanwhile, days are uncomfortable here. The temperature right now is 32˚ Celsius (89.6˚ Fahrenheit) and is expected to reach 37˚C (98.6˚F) next week. That’s body temperature. And, but for one day, it is not predicted to fall below 31˚C at any time during the daylight hours for the next two weeks. It is my opinion that that counts as excessive. Still, we do not suffer the humidity that other parts of the country do, such as southern Ontario. On the other hand, it is not in human nature to think, when one is being beaten with a piece of plywood, ‘at least it’s not a rock’. So I will continue to grumble.
I, and many others, have mentioned numerous times how our cats will sometimes defy the heat and lie in its midst, and the next moment run for the coolest shade they can find. Here is an example of the latter, a photograph taken while I was making the bed. The comforter, usually at the foot of the bed, has been discarded - though someone found it cosy.