Vince wool knit | Eileen Fisher boiled wool pants | old Everlane day flats
I snapped another OOTD in the morning. I’m wearing boiled wool pants after washing them in the washing machine for the first time. The care label said “dry clean only”, but I’m much too lazy for that. I washed them in the handwash cycle by itself, let it air dry and it was fine. I probably should have ironed out the wrinkles though, which I’m only noticing now with the clarity of my Pixel camera.
On my drive to work, I passed by two coyotes prancing along the side of the road. I was able to take a quick snap of the second one as it went by. It was so magical to see these animals walking about in broad day light.
Over the summer a giant tarantula walked passed me on the street. I had never seen one in the wild like that before. The BF’s mom referenced totem animal spirit readings and told me it was sign that big but good changes were about to happen in my life. And that seemed true, given our move, and the new job.
So naturally, I looked up the meaning of crossing paths with a coyote and this is what I found:
The coyote is often thought of as a trickster, a joker, and even a shape-shifter, but he is also revered, especially in Native American culture, as an important messenger of personal transformation through self-reflection. A coyote sighting is generally a message to take a look within, to not take life too seriously, to lighten up, and to learn to laugh at ourselves and even our mistakes. (via: californiapsychics.com)
I think the coyote brought positive energy my way because today I felt like I actually had some breathing room to attend to some things I’ve been neglecting, like this blog.