What's that shuffling sound we hear on the wind? The gentle rustle of European leaders trying to reorganise their diaries as the number of meetings over the continent's problem child - Greece - begin to stack up?
We now know Greeks don't want austerity measures, but Alexis Tsipras, the country's Prime Minister, is determined to stay in the Eurozone. He promised voters Greek negotiators will have a stronger position if they rejected bailout terms. On the other hand, those in the creditors' camp have been pretty clear that a "no" vote meant Greece leaving the euro.
Nevertheless, various leaders have scheduled various get-togethers this week. Here's what their diaries are looking like - and all the meetings likely to decide Greece's fate.