Day 3185: Adapting

Our cat Joan is adapting to her hard cone, even though she doesn’t like it.

I’m adapting to going into work in person on Mondays, even though I don’t like it. I’d much rather be working from home, especially as I’m helping Joan with her adapting. This is my second Monday since the start of the pandemic going into the Boston medical center where I work, and it’s definitely easier this time.

I guess we’re all adapting all the time.

Do you see adapting in my other images for today?

The Daily Bitch has an interesting way of adapting.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “adapting”:

How are you adapting these days?

Blogging and gratitude both help in my adapting, so thanks to all those who are adapting every day, including YOU!

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6 thoughts on “Day 3185: Adapting

  1. May your second Monday back in work leave you feeling less stressed, Ann.

  2. Everything Joan wears immediately looks fashionable. She is such a beautiful cat.

    I hope that your second Monday back to work goes well.

  3. Carla Coco

    We’re all adapting to new things every day- Have a nice day, Ann

  4. I see how the Solidago sempervirens, ‘the seaside goldenrod’ or ‘salt-marsh goldenrod’ is adapting.

  5. I was just thinking of Anna Thynne, a Victorian marine biologist who took some live corals she picked up on a trip to the coast of England back to her home in London where she kept them alive by first manually aerating the water, then adding plants and animals. She created a whole trend of home aquaria.
    I think we can draw some inspiration from someone who found a way to bring the sea to the city.

  6. your pics are all about adapting – the flowers growing in unlikely places, people enjoying life in spite of restrictions and still being safe, joan and the whole rest of your family adapting to each other.

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