OK, so I don't know what it means, but it got you here, didn't it.
Wanna see where I went last night, what I saw and what I got to do?
My Vickie loves the perks of her job. Like, sometimes when people leave their dogs with us, they might ask her to go to their house and water plants or take in the paper. Well, really only one family does that, and the cool thing is that they live way up in the mountains. So last night after all of our guests were settled in we got in the old van and headed up the mountain, and much to our delight we saw this little gal. IF you look close on her chest you will see a white line along her chest. In some of the other pictures My Vickie took you could see that it is a huge gash that runs along the whole length of the front of her body with a huge open wound in the center just under her neck.
My Vickie said that it looked like it was healing nicely and that I should not worry about her too much cause she thinks she will be ok, but it is a wonder as to what happened.
When we got to the families home/cabin the area was covered with this beautiful little yellow flower. My Vickie was so excited cause she remembers them from when she was a little girl. She said they called them Buttercups. We looked it up and this is what we found on the internet about them.
THE MEANING & SYMBOLISM OF
Native to Asia and celebrated for its medicinal properties as
well as its bright beauty, the small camellia-like ranunculus
ranges from white to pink, red to yellow to orange. Also known
as Buttercup and Coyote’s Eyes, legend has it that the
mythological Coyote was tossing his eyes up in the air and
catching them when Eagle snatched them. Unable to see,
Coyote created eyes from the buttercup.
In the language of flowers, a bouquet of ranunculus says,
“I am dazzled by your charms.”
And you know what was even more cool than these cute little flowers? Right smack in the middle of them was a muddy creek. Yep, you heard me....MUD....Anybody wanna kiss.
After we watered the plants, fed the kitty and made sure all was well in the house, we took a hike outside to enjoy the evening sounds of birds in the trees and gentle breezes that bent the grasses toward the setting sun.