The Purrrfect Labor Day

Every year some of us get the idea that on Labor Day we should be doing all those end-of-summer chores.

We know them well, the ones we’ve been putting off all season long.

The deck garden that needs weeding. The car that needs waxing. The garden hose that needs winding.

But Marmee says that just when you start thinking along those lines, you need to take a good look at yourself in the mirror…


And ask yourself, Do I really – really – need to do this?

Right now? REALLY??


Then slowly…

Ever so slowly.

You’ll find that all that thinking and wondering has made you feel so very sleeeeepyyyy and…….


Then, only then, do you realize that what you really – really – needed all along was to forget that silly idea of laboring on Labor Day.

And just…

LET IT ALL

GO…………………………


Sounds like purrrfection, to me!   😉

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Marmee’s Purrr-fect Solar Eclipse

Marmee has been very thoughtful over the past few days.


She’s been hearing all about the solar eclipse, and wants everyone to be SAFE about how they celebrate this celestial event.


So she’s given me a list of her top ten tips to pass along to you that are sure to make the experience both fun AND safe!


#1. To limber up a bit, do a few chair stretches.


#2. Next, stake out your favorite spot.


#3. Make sure you neck roll your way slowly, slowly to the floor.


#4. Roll over on your back, time for a few belly-up stretches.


#5. Now reach up and give that ear a nice scratch.


#6. Don’t forget to keep breathing, in and out, in and out.


#7. Time for just one more stretch, this time for the neck and shoulders.


#8. One more big ole’ yawn…

#9. Oh yes! and one last face washing (one must always look their best for any heavenly event!)


#10. And now… the most important step of all.

Breathe deeply…

And CLOSE YOUR EYES.


Sounds like the purrrrfect way to enjoy the solar eclipse – and a NAP – to me!

PS And something tells me that Marmee’s solar eclipse maaay just last a wee bit longer than 2 and a half minutes.   😉

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