Wednesday’s Wolf

So no eye candy today, but I thought since I was writing a werewolf story at the moment..I’d put up a pic of one of the most beautiful creatures on earth. 🙂 Plus being an apex pedator.

Lyva and Chance showed up for a while last night. They didn’t tell me where they went or where they were heading next, but I did have a good writing session until they left again. lol. 4k done last night. Taking me to 10, 929 for the entire ms. Again, I’m not sure how long the story will end up I’m not concerned about the w.c. yet.

In honor of Paige’s post with a quote by Richard Bach, I’ve posted one of my favorites from him. Have a great day, everyone.

“Your only obligation in any lifetime is to be true to yourself. Being true to anyone else or anything else is not only impossible, but the mark of a fake messiah.”— Richard Bach

12 Responses “Wednesday’s Wolf”

  1. T.A.Chase says:

    The big cats fascinate me even more than wolves do. I guess because they are by nature solitary animals and I can relate to that. 🙂

    Your enthusiam for the place doesn’t come across at all, Sherrill. 😉

  2. Sherrill Quinn says:

    Oh, you’d like this one, T.A. It’s basically a zoo, but the animals’ habitats look much more “outdoorsy”. One of the most fun things to do is try to spot the javalina and the coyotes. They’re such shy things, and blend in really well with their surroundings. Sometimes it’s impossible to find them. But I also like seeing the big cats (pumas, ocelots, other cats native to the Sonoran Desert). Oh, well, can you tall I really, really like the place? LOL

  3. T.A.Chase says:

    sorry Anna. Go yell at Jenna…lol. I’ll try to find a hairy one for you and post it soon. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by though.

  4. Mistress Anna says:

    Dude I was duped. Jenna says “Go check out T.A’s website their a hairy one” or something to that effect. So I come here and find a hairy wolf. Not a bad think I love wolves, but I was getting all hot an bothered over a potential bear. Oy.

  5. T.A.Chase says:

    that’d be awesome, Sherrill. I’m as much a sucker for museums as I am for zoos. 🙂

  6. Sherrill Quinn says:

    T.A., you and your partner let me know when you’re planning a vacation, and I’ll take you on a tour. 🙂

  7. T.A.Chase says:

    Ah…your crazies are also boys…so you’re guaranteed at least two or three reptiles in your house at any given time. 🙂

    Frogs and lizards aren’t very cuddly are they?

  8. T.A.Chase says:

    Sherrill, your museum sounds like it’d be a good place to visit. 🙂

  9. Paige Burns says:

    I love horses and wolves, actually a lot of animals. But Crazy #1 is allergic to cats and dogs so I have to admire others. I’m sure I’ll end up with frogs or lizards because of it, and to amend my previous statement, I love furry animals. So frogs and lizards…not so much.

  10. Sherrill Quinn says:

    Thanks for the wolfie, T.A. I love wolves and horses, like you. And I hate to go to zoos, but we’ve got the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum here that looks much more open than typical zoos, so it’s not as bad. I can somewhat forget that these beautiful creatures are in captivity.

    Great job on the word count, and good luck with today’s writing!

  11. T.A.Chase says:

    Wolves are one of my two favorite animals, Jenna…right behind horses. 🙂 Looking into their eyes, you get the feeling there’s something more going on than the normal animal thoughts.

    A zoo is the one place I usually visit in any city I go to (that has one) I love them, but it does break my heart to see those animals in cages. No matter how nice those cages are, they still aren’t home in their natural enviroment.

    The park sounds neat.

  12. Jenna Howard says:

    I love wolves. Every year for work I buy a wolf calendar. There’s something so savagely graceful about them and yet playful (provided you aren’t prey *cough*).

    I can sit for hours at the zoo at the wolf pen. It hurts to see them there and yet I’ll go be a voyeur (to borrow Kate’s word from yesterday) to learn more about them.

    One of the things I want to do is go to a wolf conservation park. There’s one in Golden, BC.

    Truthfully I like today’s picture more than yesterdays. Well…except for that tattoo. Growf.

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