Back in the Groove and the Week in Review

Changes are inevitable. Some are expected, others are sudden. Just as we have four seasons, there are seasons in life. My husband works evening shift during the school year and that means I have to adjust to him not being here. Most of the time, I don’t have a problem but this time I did. I enjoyed this summer – probably more than I have in the past few years. We did a lot of fun things together and even though he’s a TV watcher, I was able to tune it out and do some writing in the evenings.

So, can I confess to being a little melancholy? Even the cats had to adjust. Tucker, our oldest cat, was beside himself at bedtime because my husband wasn’t here. It took a few days, but I’m into the new routine and so are the kitties.

The photo? Not even one of my own, but the vinyl record seemed to fit the title of this post. Since I started a draft post two weeks ago, I already had some links embedded. I decided to leave them, so consider it a bonus to get extra links. 🙂

And speaking of which, here we go:


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  1. I’m so sorry summer wasn’t longer giving you and John had more time together. It must be a hard adjustment but I know you and the kitties will rally. 🙂 Before my husband retired, he’d occasionally have to do back-to-back shifts and Onyx (my kitty at the time) used to be as discombobulated as I was!

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  2. I can never get over how much our lives and interests (and misfortunes) parallel each other. Sorry about John’s schedule change. Glad you and the kitties have adjusted.

    Great links. Thanks for including mine. (I had a two-weeks-of-links post last week!)

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