“Ricky Raccoon” and The Kids… The Good Neighbors of Little Whale Cove…

Judy came running to me in the kitchen the other day, with some excitement in her voice. There appeared to be a ruckus in the backyard with Ricky Raccoon and The Kids…

Judy excitedly said, “Ricky is scratching at the screen door in the bedroom.” He does that sometimes to alert us of trouble in the neighborhood, usually in the middle of the night when we are sleeping…

Judy took a couple of photos while Ricky Raccoon spoke to her about something. He was asking her for permission to play with his kids our deck.

Judy opened the curtains and surprised them while the kids were rolling around on the deck and in the yard while playing hide ‘n sneak. She filmed them too, a rare thing to do…

Ricky Raccoon and The Kids are good neighbors. They are free spirits who raise their families in harmony and love…

Sometimes neighbors complain about Raccoons like my dear friend just down the street from us. I told her last week that Ricky Raccoon and his clan respect covenants as we remove temptations to build a nest under the house…

Ricky Raccoon knows his limits after we reinforced all the screens. They aren’t welcome inside our home. He knows this because we respect his home and will never ever intrude or hurt them in anyway…

We can all live in harmony while respecting each other’s space in the rain forest we love. This is the way it is today and everyday in Little Whale Cove. We live in peace and harmony in the rain forest by the sea…

Our wildlife friends help keep us humans whole and at peace with ourselves and others we love. They set an example for us if we take time to watch them love and play in the rain forest by the sea…

Little Whale Cove belongs to all of us, not just some of us. So, each and everyday we look for Ricky Raccoon and his kids, and sometimes other wildlife friends play in the rain forest we love by the sea…

Happy friends ‘n family dancing together, as they do everyday, in the rain forest by sea… https://www.astridsheckels.com/Astrid_Sheckels_Fine_Art/Home.html
Steve and Judy Sparks
Children and Families in Life After Trauma
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