The summer that practically never was has been sweeping towards autumn for quite some time now. The only positive thing about the weather was that we got less rainfall than most of the country. I suppose we could take some consolation in knowing that.
Nevertheless, I’m not letting the season go just yet but must look back on the time spent at the cottage, especially the flowering, for no other reason than to remind myself there actually was some. I must also introduce the smallest of our summer guests, the two who stayed for weeks.
Please meet Unna, the housecat my daughter found at a cat rescue home to keep company to Sheena since her older Maine Coon passed away last autumn. Unna is young and playful and loves to sit on your lap, which is wonderful as our late Jack never did.
Despite the disappointing coolness I must admit even this summer had its moments. The days spent with family and friends were most memorable. We also attended some great events but more about that department later, I hope.