Monster no More; Swimming gets Boot.

The Monster Under the Bed, that became The Monster Under the House, is now a fairly normal domestic kitty. If, that is, one that is difficult to get a decent shot of!  Here is the best of many recent tries. I can stroke her now, but not with a camera in evidence.











Poor Rhiannon, after swimming a gala with a sore ankle, now finds on a better X-ray that her ankle is actually fractured. That puts her into a boot for six weeks and effectively out of the swimming season.

Jeneva, on the other hand, has wall-to-wall galas. She swam against six schools at home yesterday, where the best of a bad bunch of pictures shows her lining up in lane 4 (green cap), and she is in another away gala tomorrow. Against, presumably, another six.

Grade 1, 2 & 3 relay gala

Other activities, DIY and visits to hospitals and things, will be reported in due course.

© February 2019 Colonialist

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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13 Responses to Monster no More; Swimming gets Boot.

  1. Tokeloshe says:

    Take care Rhiannon 💕


  2. Debra says:

    Poor Rhiannon. She must have been really uncomfortable during the time it took to fully diagnose the fracture. Love your little cat. We can’t get too close to the little feral one we’re feeding. Maybe in time!


  3. You’re a busy little chappie aren’t you?


  4. So sorry about R’s setback. Patience must be in short supply as she sees her sister competing in so many galas. Glad your kitty monster is getting more used to home life.


  5. Little R is a true trooper – imagine swimming with a fractured ankle!!


  6. Sue W says:

    Excellent news about your little cat. Not so excellent news about Rhiannon. Jeneva continues to excel I see, and you are continuing to look after your young charges well, and with your usual pride in their achievements. Thank you for the updates 🙂


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