Published in


The Boy Who Cried Coyote

Photo by Oscar Sutton on Unsplash

The backyard is a fantasy land. Star Wars battles and unicorn rides happen every day. This is the space where imaginations rule and reign. So, when my son insisted on coming inside at sunset because he heard coyotes, I assumed it was a fantasy.

“There is nothing to be afraid of,” I said. But night after night, he refused to stay in the backyard after dark.




We curate and disseminate outstanding articles from diverse domains and disciplines to create fusion and synergy.

Recommended from Medium

Why Starting Is the Hardest (and What To Do About It)

Do NOT…unless…

A Need for FEISTY

5 Easy Ways You Can Cultivate a Clutter-Free Lifestyle Now

A young woman with a gray T-shirt looks up to the sky, with a solid gray background.


When Life Is Just A Lot

How to Create a SELF-CARE Toolkit When No Care Is Given To You

The Way It Really Was

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Adam Hendrix

Adam Hendrix

I’m a communicator. I write and speak because I want us to learn how to flourish.

More from Medium

2 quick methods - to develop your critical thinking.

Figure of a triangle describing in each corner: Logos, follow logic and reason. Pathos, credibility in values. And Ethos, credibility on someone or something.

Fix the problem, not the blame

A photo of fingers pointing at one another

How Corona has changed our lives ..

The Polio Outbreak: What Have We Learnt?