We’re starting to have hints that it might be fall here. Eventually. It’s in the low 80s instead of the low 90s. And the upstairs air conditioning managed to breathe its last BEFORE it started cooling down, so that was weekend project.
I would say that the picture is Freddie’s way of hinting that it’s time to have a toasty fire in the fireplace to help him keep cozy, but we’ve never used a fireplace anywhere we’ve ever lived, and this house is no exception. So for anyone worrying about him being on the inside, there’s no need. It’s never been lit, either in his presence or his absence. But it does make a cute picture.
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