(Fenrir Pups) First time at the Creek! May 22, 2010 15:52:42 GMT -5
Post by Akailia Devi on May 22, 2010 15:52:42 GMT -5
[/i] She knew that would wake them up quickly. She kept her voice soft not to startle them too much.
This had been the first litter that Akailia had ever experienced. For what she knew, her 4 pups were going to be the most successful pups that roamed the lands of Halasia. Halasia had truly blessed her with these pups. They were gorgeous. They had a wide array of different markings and colors, pelts that proved that they were hers. Puppies of the Balance. She prayed that they would be able to learn how to see the Balance, it was something that was obviously very important to her. She revolved hers, and her packs, life around it. And so far, it had been worth it. She felt that protecting it automatically gave her a wonderful life because she received the most beautiful land to own, and the most beautiful pack to be a part of. They were the best family she could ask for, and now there were four more members to be a part of it.
The sun was peeking out between the hills, scattering pink, yellow and purple across the landscape. These rays gracefully shone into her den, making her eyes squint and open. Her pelt was vibrant with many different colors. It was like it changed or something … no it had to just be the way the light was hitting it. This was how her pelt looked whenever it was nighttime in Anaria. But she changed the way she looked at it and tilted her head. It was permanent. It was beautiful. She now matched her pups, being blessed with unique markings as a gift of Halasia. Akailia let out a melodious howl, letting the pack know that it was time to awake if they hadn’t already.
She lifted herself up, careful not to step on any of the little bodies that were curled around her. She watched them wriggle a little, still so young looking after 3 months. Still precious, but they would no doubt prove her wrong when the awoke. They were a lively little bunch, but Akailia thought that just made them more fun. Once she was up, she playfully nudged them one-by-one, “Wake up, my loves. We’re going down to the creek today.”
Her paws let her out of the den and she elongated her paws out to stretch. Bringing herself back up, she shook her pelt from the dirt of the den. She looked back to see if any of the pups were up yet… and she saw some eyes peeping from the darkness. Smiling, she sat back on her haunches waiting for them.[/blockquote][/size][/center]