Svetochka took a vacation day and we go to Boza’s doctor…

A pot of coffee day?

Boza gets to see his eye doctor today and we see what his eye pressure is. Been a rough week and I hope his eye pressure is stable, but I have my doubts…

Him and I walked this morning at 5:30 a.m. and he shook his head a couple of times. I realized that his eyes hurt and when we got home, I did his drops. He is sleeping now under the bed on Svetochka’s side and both of them are comfy and snoozing away…

We will wait until the rush hour traffic is done and then go to see the doctor. He said to show up when we can…

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It is cold out +4 C. and can you believe it is June? Wind is blowing, raining and just plain miserable out. That is Russia for you…

I doubt many people from America would be able to enjoy Russia and or at least the Moscow part of Russia. Gloomy skies are the norm and cold is even more the norm. I am looking for summer, but summer seems to have gone on a vacation. Maybe it will come back for a month…

It is interesting to see thunderstorms and being so cold. I am use to the U.S. Midwest and super hot days will give way to a violent storm due to warm and cold fronts mixing. Here in Moscow it is the mixing of two cold fronts, just one warmer than the other. Same results and the last storm killed 15 to 22 people, with hundreds injured. Violent storm! Yes it was…

Remember this from the early Tiny Russian Village days?

From Russia: The Russian Village and the Tornado!

Today looks to be building another violent storm, as the doors on the flats stairs are being sucked open and slamming constantly. Kinda a prelude to the storm coming…. I call it the dance of the doors…

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Soon we will go to the Tiny Russian Village. We need to plant white lilacs…

Lilacs made it to Moscow – alive!

And close the village home down for the winter. Boza and I will spend a month there. Need to fix the back wall of the village home and repair the fence to last another winter. Never ends for Mother Nature is relentless in her wear and tear…

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Gotta go today. Need to check Sammy the Volga over and get ready for a trip around Moscow…

Crazy Russian drivers… 😉

WtR

About Кайл Китон

A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...Thank God for my sweetie and Russia...Кайл Китон