Saturday, January 15, 2022

Befriending Crows

 Wilderwoven Tarot ~ 9 of Swords

There are always two sides to the story. The author feels the barn owl is being haunted and harassed by a murder of crows. I love crows, and as we have chickens, I appreciate that our crows harry off raptor birds. They aren't protecting our chickens, they are protecting their own brood and nesting areas but I always say thank you for the side benefit. 

To my knowledge I haven't got anything 9-ish going on, but life can turn on a dime and being aware of that; take care on the stairs, not run with scissors, chew carefully before I swallow. And be thankful for my friends the crows. They are remarkable birds.


  1. I've found that at times when there isn't something going on, my mind starts conjuring up something - like waiting for the other shoe to drop. I'm glad that I can at least recognize this insanity now.

  2. Caution might be both of our word for the day

  3. One of my big life lessons was we worry most about things that never happen. :) So mostly I don't!

  4. We have a barred owl in the woods behind our house-and I love to hear the call at night when I’m snug in bed. Good that I don’t have chickens!

    1. we always have one in the spring that hootyhoots in the night. Don't mind that!


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