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TO WALK WITH WOLF DISCUSSION
As many of you know, Wolf came to me as a Guide very early in
life, and she doesn't mind
being discussed a little so I thought I'd share what the onset
of that journey was like with you.
Maybe some of you are just coming to know Wolf, or some other
Totem for that matter, and
some may just be curious but I hope to help you look a little
deeper at Totems in general this
way. They teach us so much. I didn't learn about creature-teachers
in the traditional sense, I just
met them and we established relationships, found our own way
to communicating, and they were
my friends. I treated them as such and I always have. I interact
with them just as I would anyone
else in my life. No special rituals or ceremonies other than
those they taught me themselves-and
that was in keeping with the nature of their essence and how
to bring it up within myself.
At first Wolf appeared as a Guardian bringing a Pack with her
sat poised and patient,
watchful, and terrifying me. The Pack chose to gather *under
my bed* and I was 5 yrs old. That
first year of terror is a story in itself but they waited for
me to get over my fears and wild
imaginings. While they waited I set up shields, I didn't know
what I was doing in that sense, but I
prayed for protection so they didn't 'get me'. I woke my grandmother
when I had to get up in the
dark and she'd stay awake never questioning what frightened
me, just knowing I needed her.
*Soft smile at a very special memory there.* I slept in the
middle of the bed
couldn't jump up there and 'get me'. I wrapped myself in safety
every way I could each time I
crawled into bed. But they didn't go away, they came and settled
in with me every night and
followed me around as I moved from room to room. If they weren't
there waiting for me when I
got into bed they certainly weren't far behind me. They always
came before I fell asleep and
usually while I was saying prayers. I was too young to understand
back then what I was doing
and I sure didn't want to tell anyone, it was pretty obvious
I was the only one who could see
them. It took a long time to get over that fear, a good year
The patience of Wolf is simply amazing; She proved to me there
was nothing to fear by them
being so still, letting me see they meant no harm. She and the
pack watched me watching them
though, oh we had some staring contests. I used to think if
I glared at them they'd go away; that
didn't work either, they glared back. But as the fear subsided
they began to walk with me both
day and night, helping me discover the spiritual side of life,
and exploring so many different
pathways and traditions over the years. I learned to be a Pathfinder
with their help and later came
to read in my Totem studies that this was considered part of
Wolf's Medicine. I knew that to be
true. I've always known deep inside that I was here to serve
Spirit by serving others, by helping
them learn to be a Witness to the spiritual side of life and
their Inner Self but I didn't know how
at first, I just knew that would happen someday. Wolf taught
me that helping others to explore
spirituality is what my path is about, exploring and seeing
what really lies hidden within them.
We mapped a lot of paths over our first decade or so together
and I learned so much from them.
With the lessons Wolf and the Pack brought me to I was being
trained to teach, trained by the
Great Teacher, though I didn't know that at the time either.
I hadn't begun to understand the
Native teachings and what Wolf Medicine was about, it was just
me and the Pack and the SheWolf
leading us places. All I had to go on was my own experience
for the early years with her
but over time, after coming to the Native ways and growing with
them, I learned why I walked
with Wolf and the Pack with more clarity, pieces were coming
together for me and my path
ahead was getting clearer. It made so much sense, fit with what
I knew in my own ways, and I
began to see other creature-teachers I'd met among the Totem
teachings. Wow, was I fascinated
or what? Ha! I still am, they're wonderful and I've been growing
to appreciate them all the more
Sometimes they got scrappy but most of the time there was an
energy that exuded respect. When
they did get scrappy we'd explore the traumas and misunderstandings.
They showed me how the
lack of opportunity to understand at the time of the brawls
served a purpose. (They were brawls
too!) Mistakes in rank were noted swiftly and that opportunity
to understand followed when the
understanding could be embraced
.sometimes it took a scrappy
nature to make a point. They
learned as much from their mistakes as they did their respectful
ways. We explored old wounds
and resentments for them (Wolves do carry grudges sometimes)
and in that found the
understanding necessary to move past them removing blockages.
I didn't realize I would share
this knowledge, as I came to it I simply took it in as part
of my reality, my environment, it was
how things were. Wolf, along with other creature-teachers, made
sure I was taught the ways to
help others discover their talents and potentials hidden within
themselves by teaching me how to
I learned that within the Pack all were Teachers coming to see
that each in their own right had
worked together to share with me so I could see that we all
have many Teachers. In those early
years I was already coming to a deep respect for those who shared
their knowledge with so much
wisdom. In the physical sense I loved the stories the older
relatives in my family told, I didn't tire
of them, I listened to them, learned about their lives in the
same way I learned about
listening, observing, asking questions, looking at
the details and just talking about things.
I loved the Elders, they all had stories to tell. And I paid
attention to the stories people told about
ever the one to fear, ever the beast
didn't like Wolves much but they did fear
them. It was clear why they did, but Wolf was just being Wolf,
they saw the primal and made it
wicked. Wolf taught me that we all have primal energy, everything
alive carries that, and I
learned to Howl and Sing and the power of the primal energy
it summoned. I was shown how it
could be used to communicate and tap different sources of knowledge.
They taught me to run
with them and explore the paths of other places, other realms
of dimension. Later in the physical
sense I would study different traditions and paths to Spirit.
They didn't show me all of them by
any means and I didn't study all the traditions that exist either,
but I did study a lot of
enough to know they all served similar purposes and
held similar teachings. In that I saw
it was all One anyway, that it was a matter of choice we all
made, a simple matter of picking
whatever path you wanted to take to get 'there'. When I heard
the Native teachings they resonated
with me, they addressed the Oneness and interrelationships I'd
come to know. I found my path,
we each choose our trails in life don't we?
Wolf brought the sense of spiritual adventures into my life,
showed me how to pioneer new trails
and explore the old well-worn ones too. I learned that both
types are good methods of discovery,
just different. I discovered those roads less traveled are often
the most amazing ones and learned
to love setting out on new quests. In that way the Pack prepared
me to work with individuals and
walk their trails with them for a time. I've learned as much
from those I work with as I've shared
with them and it's wonderful. Wolf and the Pack are sot awesome
and have taught me so much.
They gave me lessons in 'how' to show respect and how it's very
often misinterpreted by others.
Wolf will nip at those who are being lazy and not carrying their
own responsibility, if they refuse
to be responsible repeatedly they will cut them from the Pack
and Howl Blessings after the Lone
Wolf departing. I learned this way that we simply are who we
are, life is what it is, and to accept
the reality instead of creating illusion about others. If we
respect our path, and the path others
walk we see who we are walking with and where they are going.
If we explore different paths we
learn which ones are good and which ones hold the most difficult
challenges and difficulties. We
can point the way to those who ask, this is something Wolf does
by nature of curiosity and
adventure, it explores and it is indeed the Pathfinder, I'm
grateful Wolf taught me this because
today I use that knowledge to share with others who are lost
or confused and I can point them in
directions that will help them.
Through Wolf I learned to take others to the hilltops because
Wolf took me to hilltops. We sat
under the light of the Moon and shared all that was on the horizon
here and there,
letting them indicate which path they wanted to explore and
then walked along that path for a
while. Today as I walk paths with others we discovered their
own gifts and abilities emerging
and we work with those to explore them too. We meet others on
the paths, their Guides and those
in the physical reality that join us from time to time in the
same manner I learned to gather
company with Wolf. Through what Wolf taught me and the Native
ways I've been schooled in, I
learned how to open the doors people found locked, how to help
them open themselves. Sitting
high on those hilltops with others I have watched as they took
in the bigger picture, as their eyes
lit up from the inside out, as they learned to hear the melodies
of life, to begin to speak the
language of Nature and the richness of the duality. I watched
as they brought the duality within
themselves to unify it and learn what it was to be in the Oneness
just as I'd learned about it and in
that I watched their joy and excitement and the sense of adventure
rise up. They opened new
eyes, new ears, tried new tastes, looking at life in a new way
they began to explore it-and the
depths of Self. It was very rewarding to watch people waking
up, embracing Spirit, and waving
them on as they followed their path in life wherever it took
them. As they walked away I did too,
until the next time Spirit sent me a new companion. I knew I'd
share with that person and learn
as much in return. Those are special relationships always because
the Teacher must become the
Student so they know what to teach, we must step into their
footprints and walk in them to know
what they are seeking.
So, for those of you who are coming to meet Wolf, I salute you
and your journey, may you know
many blessings upon it. For those just curious, I hope you can
see the wealth of knowledge a
single Totem can bring to you and how it can help raise your
conscious awareness. Perhaps you
will delve a little deeper into yours or to just learning more
about them, they are wonderful. I
don't often share openly like this but there was inspiration
to do so from someone so this has
been an overview of my journey with Wolf for close to 6 decades
now. Whoa Nellie has it been
Cinn. Whew. I understand Wolf preys on the sick and ill. Today
I've been wondering about the
significance of that. I am also intrigued by the nature of the
relationship between Raven and
Wolf. There is something in that for me, as Raven and Crow have
always acted similar with me
as I understand Raven works with Wolf in finding prey. Lots
of stuff to assimilate.
Yes, Raven and Wolf do hunt well together. Both will scavenge
for food, but in that it's similar
to Buzzard/Vulture in that they transmute disease, weakness,
and decay. Actually purifying the
environment as they do that. Many predators will single out
the weak, old, or diseased prey.
Hope that helps a little.
Right of the top of my head, I would say that preying on the
sick and ill as to be looked at in the
form of a balance, not diminishing and ensuring access to food
in the future. Now in terms of
spirituality maybe this as to be looked at in terms of spiritual
nourishment? Now what that would
me I have no idea but I'm just throwing things out there. Food
for thought lol
Now Cinn reading about all this made me think on my own relationship
with wolf. Boy I have a
lot to learn or I'm not seeing it. But then again that wouldnt
surprise me as I tend to miss the
obvious lol. But it did make me wonder about ' negative' aspects
totems might impart on us or
rather traits that our power animal as that isnt necessarily
a quality nor is it a flaw. I'll give an
example. See I have trouble doing things by myself and I tend
to ask others or work with other to
attain goals. Now this stems from a lack of self-confidence
but when you take the fact that wolf is
my power animal and that wolf does act in a group, parallels
could be drawn. Maybe its
negative wolf medicine in a way. I can help to think that big
chunks of our personality can be
attributed or compared to our power animal.
Hi Northernwolf, I was just telling a friend that often when
a Totem animal arrives it is through
the challenge of it's contrary Medicine. We're to transmute
the situation by changing to the
positive Medicine so we learn how to use it properly. Contrary
Medicine is learned then too and
we learn when it does serve a purpose as well. That said, let
me see if I can shed some light on
things for you.
"right of the top of my head, I would say that preying
on the sick and ill as to be looked at in the
form of a balance, not diminishing and ensuring access to food
in the future."
That too, absolutely.
"Now in terms of spirituality maybe this as to be looked
at in terms of spiritual nourishment?
Now what that would me I have no idea but I'm just throwing
things out there. Food for thought
You might be right there and it would, IMHO, relate then to
the old traditions feeding the new
perspectives...a basis for someone to evolve from in their own
ways but with that basis to take
them to their understanding.
"Now Cinn reading about all this made me think on my own
relationship with wolf. Boy I have a
lot to learn or I'm not seeing it. But then again that wouldnt
surprise me as I tend to miss the
Sometimes that's the way the lessons come to us though...through
the hindsight we see them, we
just establish our relationships and go where they take us,
learning things as we go but we absorb
the learning in the spiritual sense rather than define it we
simply go with it. You and I have sat
on the hilltop, we have Howled. You have seen what that's bringing
into being. In that
experience and with the results you're getting are you not coming
into the teachings that are
leading you to understand and wear the Spirit Name that Wolf
gave you? You aren't looking at it
from that perspective but if you do I bet you can see further
into your relationship with Wolf.
*Soft smile and a wink*
"But it did make me wonder about 'negative' aspects totems
might impart on us or rather traits
that our power animal as that isnt necessarily a quality
nor is it a flaw."
Nods. There are times contrary Medicine can serve well. It isn't
always a negative matter, it
depends on how it's applied to the situation and the intent
behind it. You'll find yourself using it
for those reasons, integrity will determine how you go about
that and you do walk with that.
"I'll give an example. See I have trouble doing things
by myself and I tend to ask others or work
with other to attain goals. Now this stems from a lack of self-confidence
but when you take the
fact that wolf is my power animal and that wolf does act in
a group, parallels could be drawn.
Maybe its negative wolf medicine in a way."
I can certainly see the parallels and that it's in your nature
to do that. Perhaps it's *you* putting a
negative twist to that by seeing it as a lack of self-confidence
when it's really the power of the
group as a unit at play and you feel the natural draw to work
that way because you're supposed
to. How about that?
"I can help to think that big chunks of our personality
can be attributed or compared to our power animal."
Most definitely, they represent our dominant traits...our power
and how we exude it. They teach
us to carry our power, to wield it, and to hone it.
Hi Cinn and Northernwolf, About Wolf's prey, in the physical
world I understand its application.
In the spiritual world, as Wolf is Spirit Keeper of the South,
I find it interesting that a Wolf will
tend toward wounded or sick prey. A cougar or coyote, for example,
don't necessarily. They are
vigilant on the hunt and prowl.
My thoughts on this were in relation to Wolf as Spirit Keeper
of the South and the movement
from East (Air) to South (Fire). When it is time to transition
from Air to Fire one with Air's gift -
in-sight - is ready for another perspective, prepared to enter
into the next Direction....where a
hunt and prowl are not necessary because the prey has been identified
and waiting. Patience and
long walks are important.
A thought about Fire is that it consumes (transforms) that which
it comes into contact with. A
Wolf gorges on its meal and leaves few if any scraps - no waste.
Anyway, it is just a perspective I
was exploring today.
EagleSinging, I know you're starting to look ahead and I don't
want to take you too far in that
direction but...Try on this perspective: Fire is about consuming,
in the case of spiritual
perspectives it's about consuming experiences. Wolf hunts the
weaknesses and transforms them
into strengths. Wolf hunts the disease and transforms it to
comfort. Wolf hunts the old and
transforms by shattering illusions, showing reality, and bringing
forth the understanding
necessary to find faith in one's Self and thus with Spirit too.
This is the dimension in human terms of growth where the adolescent
grows and begins to
discover aspects of life, those idealistic illusions that they
know more than others and how life
should be shatter when they get out into the 'real world' and
they find truths this way. There is
heartache to pass through, disappointment, frustrations, wounds
suffered, and overcoming the
challenges and pressing on is what Wolf teaches. In that Wolf
will point out the traits and
abilities within the individual that need to be developed to
survive and conquer and reach
understanding. It's definitely an experience-led process within
the physical reality and that of the
spiritual dimensions too at this point.
That, combined with the element of Fire and all it's attributes
and cautions, Fire and Wolf need to
be explored together...there are many pathways out in the world
and Wolf knows them all. Wolf
is willing to wander the lonely wastelands in life and discover
what secrets they hold. Knowing
those secrets it will teach them when you are willing to open
to those teachings. Wolf is a
wonderful Guide in learning to be the Pathfinder and very appropriate
for this element's Spirit
Keeper. It has (in different Native traditions) also been ascribed
to Mouse. Mouse gathers
information and details. That is also the prey of Wolf, I've
always seen them as working together
in that sense, dual Spirit Keepers if you will because the physical
reality is comprised of
experiencing the walk between the worlds, the duality of life.
*S* Hope that helps.
Thanks, that helps me as well.
It does help. It helps a lot. Thank you Cinn! I am finding that
my thoughts are going there but I
don't feel it is time yet. I was kicking and screaming a bit
today - telling my Guides I'm not
ready. I relented and all that happened was a pondering of the
issues I posted here. All of my
kicking and screaming and there was nothing overwhelming about
it. Figures. Oh, I sense there
are still many experiences to have and grasp in Air. I don't
want to leave yet.
Glad that helped the two of you.
I don't know what I can offer here, but Cinn's original post
yesterday came like a bolt. I had just
that morning done some ruminating over my experiences with Wolf.
I've walked with Wolf for
some time now. Perhaps all my life, you see Wolf is very tied
up with Dog for me. It's that that
I've been trying to detangle threads about.
Wolf came to me as a Pack a few years ago...an Alpha Male, Alpha
Female and three other
males. They came to me as Grey Wolves. The Alpha male immediately
leaped at me and
grabbed hold of my neck with his mouth. I smiled and was delighted.
I had no fear of him, or
them, at all. I am sure that it was my close association with
Dog that had prepared me for that
moment. I felt such joy, it's hard to express.
I've shared before about how Dog came to me as a very small
child...he was there, a gorgeous
collie who was with me day and night. I talked to him and played
with him all the time. My
family figured I had an imaginary friend because I was an only
child, poor thing. But he'd been
with me from so early on, they really had no idea. I didn't
either, of course. He was just my
friend. I didn't learn about Totems or guides (besides guardian
angels...I grew up a good RC girl)
until about 8 years ago.
I've grown to know my Pack very well. They've taken me on wonderful
journeys. I've learned to
track with them, to scent, to howl, to play, how they rely on
each other, their hierarchy, their
respect for each other, so many things.
During one journey I was not a well Wolf. I lay on my side and
could not move. My energy was
so low. I felt as if I was dying. This was about 2 years ago,
I think. I could see, as I lay on my
side, out and over a cliff that opened on to a beautiful valley,
lush and green. I started to feel
myself giving over to death and drifting out into that valley.
But at that moment I felt the Alpha
Female's nose at my neck nudging me for my attention. Then I
felt myself rise up and somehow
my Pack bore me upon their backs and carried me some distance
through a forest. We came out
at what I've called, "my place." I've visited there
many times. A pool and a waterfall in the midst
of a forest. They slowly approached the pool and then tossed
me in!! I splashed and spluttered
until I managed to get myself up and out on dry land. When I
shook myself I noticed that my
coat had changed color, as did my Packs who were standing there
waiting for me. We were all
White Wolves now. As time has progressed their coats are more
pure light than white. Mine
remains white...very white.
In reading all your posts, I realized that something had never
set in to my mind...that Wolf was a
Spirit Keeper of the South. Mouse has been with me there and
Coyote. The Alpha Male Wolf
often sits in the North alongside Buffalo who has a great deal
of patience with my questions
about Authority and Teaching. Oy! The rounds we've gone! Alpha
Male just sits there watching
me intently, golden eyes set on me telling me you'll get this,
you'll understand, we're here for
you. These are very difficult lessons for me. My work in the
North is always tiring and the most
draining. The rest of the Pack sits on either side of me during
these sessions. Alpha female to the
right, the other three males to my left....balance for me, I
But the South! That registers something that I can't quite grasp
yet. I know it has to do with
Passion. I've had lessons in the South on that, but never with
Okay, this is disjointed. Dog, Wolf, my Pack, North/South, Authority/Teaching
and Passion. I
can't quite grasp the threads. It just isn't coming together
and I've felt at loose ends all day. It's
been flapping around my head. I saw my Pack cavorting on the
back lawn at the church today.
But no direction. Anyone with some clarity here? Ugh. I feel
at a loss.
Thinks smilingly of all the fun times you'll have playing in
your new place and you-know-where.
Ahhhh....playing! Oh, yes. Last night when we got home from
work, Dusty was waiting for us at
the door as usual. He gets all wiggly and we both have to lavish
pats and ear rubs on him. But
something got into him when I started massaging his ears and
he just went goofy, running in
circles and leaping up and down like Tigger! Now this is an
85 lb. Dog, ya know. The whole
room shook! The glee in that silly dog's eyes as he did this
had Bud and me laughing with tears
in our own eyes. Oh, yeah...play is a very delightful part of
joining my own "Pack" here in
Wonder Lake. Bud, me, Dusty and the 2 cats...5...that seems
no coincidence. And Dog seems to
(Playing also being part of the South, not just of Dog).
DOH! In front of my nose and can't see it. Of course, play/South!
*SF wacks herself repeatedly
in the forehead* Told ya I've been disjointed. Sheesh!
SwanFeather, my friend you said: "Okay, this is disjointed.
Dog, Wolf, my Pack, North/South,
Authority/Teaching and Passion. I can't quite grasp the threads.
It just isn't coming together and
I've felt at loose ends all day. It's been flapping around my
head. I saw my Pack cavorting on the
back lawn at the church today. But no direction. Anyone with
some clarity here? Ugh. I feel at a loss."
What if the North-South thread were looked at from the perspective
of the Good Red Road (Life).
The South holds the experiences in life that shatter our illusions
to bring us to our faith and trust
in it and ourselves. The North represents all those things we've
learned and the wisdom to apply
them so we can share that knowledge. (Well that's one aspect
of what it represents but the road
is life's journey.) Isn't that what Wolf is showing you, how
to go through those changes so you
can help others do the same? And maybe...just maybe the Pack
cavorting without a sense of
direction is telling you it's time to enjoy yourself right where
you're at for the moment until it is
time to take direction again?
Oops...didn't see you and Mouse had hit on that one. *Giggles*
I hadn't finished reading the
No problem, Cinn! This right here was very valuable: And
maybe...just maybe the Pack
cavorting without a sense of direction is telling you it's time
to enjoy yourself right where you're
at for the moment until it is time to take direction again?
I had just come to that thought a
couple minutes before reading your post! Time to sit back and
enjoy. Direction will come when
it's needed. I also went back and read the info on Wolf in the
Totem Library for the umpty-umpth
time. And, dang if I didn't get more out of it and see new connections.
Like this little gem: Wolf
is the spiritual side of our nature and dog is the physical.
DOH! once again! I knew that, but had
forgotten it. This is so completely obvious in what is going
on with me right now....the merge of
the two. Yeah, time to sit back, be grateful, and enjoy.
Thanks Mouse and Cinn for the noodges. I needed them!
I dreamt about a Man who formed into a Crimson dragon the other
night when I was having a
bad dream. The dragon maneuvered me from the distress to somewhere
I could find peace. This
isn't the only occasion I have had this happen. I have noticed
other animals at different stages in
my dreams. I am now very interested to understand them more.
I would ideally like to welcome
one or more into my life. Could this be a Totem? The Crimson
Dragon? wonderful post! I have
come across a man in my lifetime with eyes like a wolf and the
perception of one. Longtime ago
but the post is keeping me hooked on the forum here.
Hi Angelfee and welcome! Yes, the Dragon could be a Totem, time
will tell. It could just as well
have been a Spirit Helper for the moment. You would benefit
from looking over the articles in
our Totem Library to get a better understanding of what they
Well, still having trouble focusing. But I read this, and it
made me think. In regard to the wolf's
preying on the sick and the weak. "Now in terms of spirituality
maybe this as to be looked at in
terms of spiritual nourishment." Perhaps it has to do with
the sick and weak ways of being that
we hold. The wolf, nosing them out, finding them, recognizing
them as aspects that are not in
alignment with 'health' and she just - eats them. Or helps us
eat them, digest them, welcome them
into ourselves for healing and nourishment. Their time is done
and they need to be transmuted.
Seems like a dang good focus, to me! Their time is done
and they need to be transmuted.
Exactly! Wolf does not waste things. He lives the economy and
balance of Mother Earth which
transmutes what is no longer needed for the good of all. Thanks
for sharing that, dear friend!
Man - it made sense to me, but I'm so glad it made sense to
someone else. Love you, Swan.
Nice take on it. I hadnt thought of it that far out, but
personally I think it fits.
Minna I agree with you too! It was so good to come here and
read what you wrote. Your timing
is impeccable. I am just beginning to learn about Wolf. I've
never consciously walked with Wolf
before but as I am beginning to study Wolf I am beginning to
see how prevalent Wolf was in
various aspects of my life.
Wolf has shown me how to look back at my past (he gave me a
number of years to look at in
relation to another set of years) and as I began to do that
Wolf led me through the "math"
problem he gave me and I began to see how Wolf had been walking
with me. In that situation
Wolf showed me, he showed me my experiences, my emotions, how
I tried different things and
how I moved through it by choosing a different path (in this
case the foundation was a choice of
a spiritual path - it wasn't the end result - but a choice I
made that catapulted me to moving
through the situation Wolf asked me look back at).
Wolf just showed me how in a very painful situation I had walked
within, found healing, and
Wolf showed me how I had transformed myself and through that
of course the situation.
Thank you Minna for sharing your insights! They are spot on
Cool, NW and EagleSinging. I've come to be very fond of vulture
too, so those cleansing, eating,
regeneration change guys are very special to me.
Minna I've had computer troubles and just got back after a few
days away. I have to agree that
you're take on Wolf as the scavenger and the spiritual digestion
of outworn aspects of Self is
right on target. Beautifully said too.
White Buffalo Woman:
I am coming late into this discussion. The wolf has been with
me for a while, for my husband, it
was the lone wolf, until he met his mate. We have a pack that
is in the household, who they
well, they belong to themselves. A room is dedicated
to them, and often I as I walk
down the stairs, I see one jump off the love seat in the room.
They often trip my husband. I am
not sure if they are playing or if both the wolves and my husband
are just loosing focus for the
moment. Speaking of losing focus, I was going to start down
a different path with the posting, the
wolves tell me that is enough for now. Said with love.
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