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"Constantly challenging one self. Taking every single opportunity without regrets. Learning, developing and seeing beauty in all kinds of moments in life no matter how big/small they may be. Knowing what you're worth, treating yourself like you deserve to be treated. Simply, just being you and being brave. Like a lion you know, fight for what you stand for. A Lionheart would never give up on its dreams."
At about 6:30AM on Sunday, I looked in the yard and saw three cat like shapes with very long tails prancing around. After, I put my glasses on, I realized that they were kits or young foxes. They were playful and ran around the yard for about 15 minutes.This was not the first time that I had seen foxes in the yard. They have been coming and going for about two weeks. The empty house next door has an overgrown yard next door which is an awesome home and playground for animals. where they are not disturbed.
When we slow down enough that we can really see what is happening, everything changes.
We notice things that are subtle and meaningful at the same time.
We notice a big blue heron that is sitting and waiting