Wednesday, January 7, 2009

It is not One Fox!

The kids and I were deep into our
math yesterday when the phone rang.

It was my mother-in-law next door.

She said how she hated to interrupt
but if I would look out my front window
I would see two foxes.

Sure enough...there they were.

So sweet.

Later I was outside with the dogs
and the foxes were barking.

We realize we have heard them before
but didn't know that was what it was.

I talked to the one I could see and
it stopped and looked at me.

Then began to bark again.

Too awesome!

My new goal...to get great pictures of
these beautiful critters.

On a different subject...
Thank you for your prayers for
Sue. Her knee replacement
surgery went well.

I look forward to seeing her soon.

You...Have a wonderful day!

♥♥Becky K.♥♥

6 comments:

Ronda said...

We have some critters that frequent our yard almost daily, and we just love it. My hubby is now filled with even more joy, as he has recently discovered that we have deer who rest in the woods just beyond the grassy area of our yard. There are some bushes and downed tree's just inside the edge of the woods. They are walking all around our front yard now. Hubby is thriilled, but has decided **NOT** to make them an item for hunting next year. YAY ME!
I just the wild life that lives all around us.
Love & Prayers,
Ronda

Ronda said...

Oh Becky,
I just LUV that song on ur play list...I can trust Jesus.
Oh my goodness what a blessed song that is. I have never heard it before. What wonderful words that spoke to my heart.
If you would not mind, I would also love to put this lovely song on my playlist, but I will waite till you let me know.
Thank you.
Love & Prayers,
Ronda

Terri and Bob said...

I love wildlife!

I hope you capture a photo, I would love to see it!

Kelly said...

How awesome! Hope we'll get to see them somtime when we're visiting. We don't see foxes around here, although we've seen many different critters around here.

Lisa said...

It would be so cool if you could get pictures to post. Too cute he barked at you!

Ellen said...

I told Jim about the 2 fox. He said the reason for the barking is because they are mating. Maybe we will see more then 2 down in the field in the future.