It was hard to explain to most. Although, Katarina often dipped off, slightly to the right and after the first faded autumn rose. She was in dire need to recharge. There she met up with all sorts of woodland critters and she donned her cat mask to blend in. Few words were necessary. She spoke fluid critter while the squirrels chattered and the raccoons clapped at the summersaulting-air-diving, hummers buzzing by their furriness.
Today, on a slightly more serious adventure, she met up with fairies full of tree wisdom. They were eager to share the latest leaflet of insight. In the faintest, yet breathtaking, whispery-petal-thin-voices, they sang in harmony! “Watch out for those who try to steal your heart! You have to be exceptionally careful and protect and block and avoid those who don’t appreciate you!”
Katarina, bowed to the fairies for the gift of their treasured tree advice. It left her a bit dizzy and in need of a bluish mug infused with honeysuckle tea and one cookie. She sipped and nibbled quietly at the edge of the warmest sunspot before following the faded autumn rose, back home.