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Caroline Bird

Oh Barbara,

You're in for a shock. Has anybody warned you about the May Gray/June Gloom leaching onward into July? This is day six of foggy, leaden skies which seep into the very core of one's soul and obscure the sun's rays for much or all of the day (depending on elevation above sea level).
The phenomenon is essay worthy but I'm stumped when it comes to finding July's equivalent moniker - May Gray, June Gloom, July .....?
Wonder if any of your readers can suggest something.

Caroline

Barbara B.


Thank you for the update on "Mama Cat." I do feel better knowing she has people who love and care for her.
She is a beauty and has apparently charmed everyone around her. Not many would take the time to be so kind.
Blessings & thank you
Barbara B.

Barbara

Caroline - You're not kidding about the gloom - See latest post - no sunrises.

Barbara B. Oh, she has charmed us all - and her son Toughie is another charmer. If they didn't have so much fun on the ranch I'd bring them home with me.

Jolin

THE CAT IS SOOOOOOOO KIUT T______T

I want her/one.

Very nice photo, too :)

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glad you had fun on that trip! amazing

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