Ok, so I haven’t been on my site in a while now…seems like forever, but I know that’s not the case. Things have been crazy around here, from family drama to hectic work schedules, you all know what I’m talking about, that thing called “life”, but with just a lot more stress than you’re typically used to.
I can sense this shift in my animal friends as well. More specifically, in my deer friends. As the summer comes to a slow end, and the fawns have all begun to grow, the sounds of gun shots ring out in the distance, a looming scarceness is present now. They have become distant. Distracted by stresses in their lives. Busy doing other things, preparing for the upcoming changing of the seasons, planning for the future that they hope to have so long as they make it through the looming hunting season. Honestly, I don’t know what the real reasons truly are, but it’s amazing to me to see that these wild animals, just like ourselves, also have a natural instinct to sense the changes around them that they need to be aware of at certain specific times.
We are, after all, essentially wild animals!