Monday, November 24, 2008

Another sighting

I saw Little Red Fox again on Friday, Nov. 21. I was on my way to the mailbox when my neighbour called me over. Actually it was her dog that wanted to play and when he wouldn't listen to her, I walked over to her front door, the dog naturally following behind.

She asked me to come in and see her new kitchen. I'd been wanting to see it for a while. Today was the day! It really was splendid! After about 15 minutes or so, I left to continue my walk to the post boxes at the end of the street.

Timing is everything. A few houses down the road I happened to look over at another neighbour's property and there was Little Red Fox staring at me. I was surprised - for I didn't expect this. She (I think it was she this time because she was smaller than the one I'd seen previously), looked right at me. Then, turned unhurriedly and walked towards the driveway and into the back yard.

Wow! What is the message here? I think I need to go back and look up more meanings for Fox. Or else just keep my eyes and ears open to see what comes next.

10 comments:

CIELO said...

I love your Home of the Faeries... I've always visited your other blog, and didn't realized this lovely enchanted forest of fairies and goblins was here... now you'll see me flapping my wings around here more often! ;)

Have a lovely and blessed Thanksgiving Day!

Cielo

Q said...

Dear Wendy,
Fox is full of messages....Cheryl also saw a fox. She focused on the eyes.
I love the way the animals teach us.
Happy Thanksgiving,
Sherry

Grammy said...

Oh Wendy
A new blog. What fun.
I love Faeries and magic. And Indian lore, My Aunt is Cherokee and teaches me some of what was not passed on to me. As my other Aunt in Arizona told me her mom shared the secret that had to be hidden for them. As they could pass for white. Even my mom Denys who she is.
In my grandmas day in Wv superstitious things were a muck. But sharing her heritage was forbidden.

miss*R said...

Hi Wendy.... did you get to Faery Land? When you visited the portal, and jumped on the bird's back.. did you click? it will whisk you away to the Enchanted Forest.. but be quick.. it closes at the end of December ! xo
love your new blog.. am going to have a look round xo

peppylady said...

I don't know if we have any red foxes here or not.
But we have gray foxes.

Coffee is on.

miss*R said...

oh & will will look up my animal totem books for you and let you know

Grammy said...

Hi Wendy. I just love your cat. I was playing with it when it went meow. And my cat woke up to see where the cat was. lol.
Grammy.

Wendy said...

Hi Cielo, thanks for stopping in. Your blog inspired me. It is so beautiful and free. I felt if others could express themselves openly, then I also could let go and be me.

Hi Sherry, I learn lots from the animals. I read Cheryl's post too. Thank you for stopping by.
Happy Thanksgiving to you too.

Wendy said...

Hi Grammy,
Too bad your ancestors had to hide their identity and beliefs. I hope you will share yours with all of us.

Hi Robyn, no I didn't click on the bird. Will go back and do it. I love your new blog too. Isn't this fun?

Hi Peppylady - gray foxes are nice too. I haven't seen any except in a zoo. Poor animals being in a cage. I'd hate that!

Wendy said...

Hi Robyn, thank you - I appreciate it.

Hi Grammy - ha! Aren't widgets fun??