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The New Neighbors

“What do you think, Pumpkin?”

“I think it’s totally awesome, Grandpa. Thank you so much for making it for me.”

The other houses on the block had Christmas lights and nativity scenes, but six-year-old Aubrey loved Fairies, so he made her a Fairy Farm instead. 349 more words

Short Story

A Fun Saturday With The Kids!

Well that Dessert Fairy wasn’t needed today! Charli Ava and Corbin weren’t putting up with that type of unreliable behavior. We took matters into our own hands! 254 more words

Blogpost

Purple Hat

Purple Hat

Welcomed by the man with the tall purple hat  

I could do nothing but freeze and fall back

The wizzies wanged and the scared babies screamed… 69 more words

Art

Thistledown - Midsummer Bedlam 15 — Hummers, Hair, and Hanks

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Welcome back to Thistledown, one and all.  We left Bedlam, River, and Rhymer in a fair amount of faery trouble.  I know you want to know what happened to the girls, but this episode switches to the point of view of another character.  694 more words

Teagan's Books

ravenhawks magazine reblogged this on ravenhawks' magazine and commented:

I surmise the little fairy is living up to her name. Wonderful episode can't wait to see where this leads.

Thistledown - Midsummer Bedlam 15 — Hummers, Hair, and Hanks

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Welcome back to Thistledown, one and all.  We left Bedlam, River, and Rhymer in a fair amount of faery trouble.  I know you want to know what happened to the girls, but this episode switches to the point of view of another character.  694 more words

Teagan's Books

Friday Fantasy ~ Whispering Secrets - #poetry

A sprite among the forest bloom

Standing in her floral room

Waits with wonder, smiling bright

As fairies gather round in flight

Whispering secrets, as they dance… 35 more words

Night Owl Poetry

The Hurling Stick

This is a story that was related to me by a very old grand-aunt who lived in the heart of Connemara. As we sat by a blazing turf fire she told me that these things happened to a person who was very well-known to her, and so I have absolutely no reason to doubt a word of her tale. 2,355 more words

Ireland