This elegant wild hare just sitting there, may not be as wild as I thought.
I do not know if it's the same wild hare that greets me each morning as I approach the barn but there is a good chance that it is.
She brings a twinkle to my eye, as I think she just might be trying to say to me in her own wild hare way, where have you been?, or maybe, you are late, your are late for an very important date!...
A tip of the hat to the author of Alice in Wonderland... perhaps his
awareness of the animals he knew as a child planted
the seeds for elements of his classic tale told first to three little girls as they floated slowly down a cool river. There is nothing better than
nature and a child together, planting seeds that may one day bring
forth more stories to be told.
Get out there with your little ones and write your own grand tales...
*Last time in Barn Stories: Fuzzy Friends