Wednesday, 3 October 2012

My fox - World Animal Day Blog Hop

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13 Comments:

At 4 October 2012 at 01:02 , Blogger Vikki (www.the-view-outside.com) said...

Just stopping by from the blog hop to say Hi :)

What a wonderful story honey!

I love foxes and at one house we lived in I used to feed them. They're my favourite wild animal.

I love your door knocker by the way ;)

Xx

 
At 4 October 2012 at 01:04 , Blogger Vikki (www.the-view-outside.com) said...

Just stopping by from the blog hop to say Hi :)

What a wonderful story honey!

I love foxes and at one house we lived in I used to feed them. They're my favourite wild animal.

I love your door knocker by the way ;)

Xx

 
At 4 October 2012 at 01:17 , Blogger jc andrijeski said...

Awesome post! I love the idea of a fox familiar. I love foxes, but I do get glimpses of the description of them in Watership Down at times, too (rabbits have a somewhat different perspective on the whole fox question). We had a few fox sightings when I was growing up in the Santa Cruz mountains in California, but they got more and more rare as the land got developed. I've always be struck by how beautiful they are, though...and how intelligent, and independent, as you implied. I can't think of a better muse for a writer...

 
At 4 October 2012 at 09:00 , Anonymous Giacomo Giammatteo said...

Great post. I love foxes, but seldom see them. We had one living in the woods by us for a while, but I haven't seen it for a few years. Your story is enlightening, too. I had never heard of foxes being good luck. Thanks for sharing with us.

 
At 4 October 2012 at 11:56 , Blogger Susie Welker said...

Interesting about the fox in Czech. I think they are beautiful. The lone, majestic animal just standing off to the side, not interested in drawing attention to them self.

Thanks for sharing

 
At 4 October 2012 at 14:04 , Blogger Terri Giuliano Long said...

How wonderful! I love the idea of the fox as your bringer of words. I hope she continues to visit you for a long time. Thanks for taking part in the hop!

 
At 4 October 2012 at 15:50 , Anonymous Terri Bruce said...

Oh wow, this was so interesting - I never knew Czech's consider foxes lucky, that there are city foxes in England, or that foxes are supposed to be the familiar of witches! I love foxes - we used to have two that hung out in the back yard occasionally and played like little kids (we live in the country, so they were shy of humans) but I haven't seen them in years :-(

 
At 4 October 2012 at 16:39 , Anonymous naturemummy said...

In the traditions that I follow, the fox is believed to be the guide to fairyland, sometimes interpreted as the land of imagination. I thought you might enjoy that, as this would lead to writing as well. Cheers!

 
At 4 October 2012 at 18:34 , Blogger Amanda Taylor said...

Foxes are adorable. When I was young my parents had to rehabilitate a young kit they found. When she was strong enough to be on her own we let her go. Named her "Fanny". She would come back every once in a while. You fox will come back off and on.

 
At 5 October 2012 at 11:09 , Blogger Angela Donner said...

I love the connection you have developed with the fox and the positive aspects associated with them.

Thanks so much for sharing this!

 
At 10 October 2012 at 00:24 , Blogger Lesley Beeton said...

A lovely foxy story x.

There is a fox we see every evening on our dog walk. She isn't bothered by the dogs, and they don't bother her either. I often wonder if she is looking for food? I don't mind foxes, although I can see why farmers wouldn't want them around.

 
At 10 October 2012 at 02:26 , Blogger tollykit said...

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