SnowdayTanaSnowday by decors
Ever so slowly the earth turned, shifting in such way the ray of the sun began to give some warmth even in the north. It was yet to be true spring but here and there Tana felt the difference. The winds didn't seem as cold and perhaps the days were a little lighter, a little longer. She did her best to not think of what could have been. Keeping herself busy.
Most of the time she had worked with tokotas belonging to others but today she had decided that the biggest female of her pack, Kalipsiksuaq would get to follow her out. It was too soon for the others in the tribe to return from migration but as so many times before it was like there was too much at the tribal grounds that tugged at her wounds. She had also hurt one she cared for a lot and she wasn't sure on how to make it better. She owed him so much.
Going out to the tundra always seemed to help her mood. Perhaps it reminded her a little of from where she came only then it had been a coastal view. She remembered howeve
Obligation...Princess AletteObligation... by decors
“Do be careful, little Embla!” The little princess, still learning the in’s-and-out’s of her nimbly legs, had stumbled over herself as she frolicked around her mother. At the sound of her mother’s voice, the little doeling bleated and wobbled over to her mother’s side, nuzzling herself underneath her mother’s chin before scrambling off and continuing whatever game she was playing with another young cremello hind.
Alette couldn’t help but smile as she watched the little fawn, her third bundle of joy. Thraig and Ask, both strong, capable sons, were something to be proud of, of course, but for her birthing a fair-coated princess to continue Aillté’s precious line was something irreplaceable. She and Thrain had discussed in depth whether they would continue to bear fawns together but, after a long-winded talk, they had decided they were happy. They had sons to