Day 3219: What month is this?

Have you been losing track of time? If so, you’re not alone. Perhaps the images in today’s post will help you identify what month this is.

Our cat Joan has had skin and ear problems since we adopted her from a shelter in August, and that’s not baloney. Today, she is celebrating National Food Day without a cone!

Here’s what I find when I search for “What month is it?” on YouTube.

No matter what month it is, I am grateful to YOU!

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19 thoughts on “Day 3219: What month is this?

  1. I must say that this month has its very individual visual stamps, Ann, and you caught many so well today.

  2. puella33

    I’m glad Joan no longer needs a cone. I love the picture of her looking out the window

  3. Joan Crawford looks much healthier than she did when you brought her home in the summer, and I am glad to see that.

  4. It’s a month of awesomeness, just like all months!

  5. Hooray for Joan! That was a long time to wait for her freedom! I took a long walk in my neighborhood this morning and admired all the Halloween decorating. Some people went all out and I felt like they had committed a great deal of time and energy to being spooky. We are using that word a lot these days, spooky, as my 4-year old grandson has really fallen in love with the whole idea of Halloween. We don’t live close enough to be with him this month, but I’ve been sending “spooky” packages up all month, and having a blast doing it. 🙂

  6. It’s so fitting that I’m sitting here drinking Edgar Allan Poe tea and celebrating Joan’s de-coning. I may pass on the bologna, though.

  7. happy for this time of year, and i guarantee that joan never lost track of the time spent in her cone. glad to see she is free at last.

  8. Now I know why I keep thinking it is August. I thought I was going a bit batty. Thanks Ann!

  9. I hope it’s at least a month. Joan looks beautiful.

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