Monday Morning Musings

Typhoon says he had a good weekend, but he isn’t really ready to start the new week, so welcome to his Monday morning musings.

Is it the start of the week already?
Is it the start of the week already?

The days of the week continue to blur together around here so we are all a little surprised to discover the weekend has ended. None seem quite as surprised as our Little Prince.

Do I look awake to you?
Do I look awake to you?

We’re betting we aren’t the only ones off to a slow start this week, but we wish you all the best. Meanwhile, Ty is off for his morning nap.

Don't make fun. You're just jealous I nap all day.
Don’t make fun. You’re just jealous I nap all day.

3 Comments

  1. tammy j on June 29, 2020 at 4:04 pm

    you are simply gorgeous. but then I’m sure you already know that.
    nap away big fella. if it’s your beauty nap… it’s working! xoxo

  2. Jean Burkhardt on June 29, 2020 at 2:33 pm

    Typhoon, I will admit, napping a lot is making me just a little a little jealous, lol Have a lovely day.

  3. Terry+Rory on June 29, 2020 at 7:40 am

    Such a Handsome Prince♥️
    Enjoy your Monday!!!

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