time to relax: tina and mouse

Here in Finland, today is the start of ten loooooooooooong sunny weeks of school holidays – and we already have 22 hours of daylight at this time of year.

Sadly, if most of your work comes from and goes to different countries, you can’t join the national shut-down.

But it’s still time to relax, and who better to do that with than Tina and Mouse?

I certainly relate to Spanish medical translator Elena’s cartoons; here are 2 of my favourites from this year so far.

TM-31_Total control

TM-42_Our intrepid translator II

You can find more at http://www.tina-and-mouse.com/


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One comment on “time to relax: tina and mouse
  1. Elena says:

    Many thanks for featuring Tina and Mouse in your post, Kate, and greetings from sunny Madrid!

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