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Catchall

Where did I put that pen?  It’s my favorite.  It was part of my Dad’s pen set  that I inherited when he passed away.  It’s silver-colored, and has a slight bend in the middle of it, as though little hands … Continue reading

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Hollis Hollow

One glance at Hollis Hollow and it’s easy to see what type of fairy lives there.  He is very, very tall, and very, very thin.  He’s about the thickness of a sheet of paper, and when he turns sideways, he … Continue reading

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St. Clether’s Well – the Faery Version

It seemed like I was walking forever through the muddy meadowland on the side of a hill in Cornwall. Even to find this little path, I had to walk through the graveyard of an old church and out the back … Continue reading

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How to Purchase a Fairy Cottage

All cottages are for sale via my Etsy site: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyCottages First, you need to ask yourself if you’re ready to own a fairy cottage Do you have a spot in mind for this cottage? It can be out in the … Continue reading

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The Ice Cream Truck

I’m 56 years old.  I haven’t bought ice cream off an ice cream truck since I was a kid.  In fact, I haven’t even heard the tinkle heralding the approach of the “ice cream man” in 40 years.  I’m sure … Continue reading

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Clock Fairies

Fairies have been known to inhabit almost anything they take a fancy to, but old clocks seem to hold a special fascination for them, as do grandfather clocks.  I’ve heard from other people that they’ll even mess with alarm clocks … Continue reading

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Mysterious Disappearances

I’m just going to say it straight out.  Fairies take things.  They have a very skewed sense of ownership, as in, if I live here, I must own it; therefore I’ll take this pretty thing.   It’s not the queer two … Continue reading

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How to hear fairies – Pinesong

Most people don’t know this, but fairies often sing to the Moon.  For them, the Moon represents all that is beautiful and precious.  Of course, because of the curvature of Fae eyes, the moon appears a hundred times bigger than … Continue reading

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Windspinner Cottage

The fairies of Windspinner Cottage live in tree branches when they’re on land. They spend most of their days running over the surface of ponds, lakes, and anywhere they can find quiet water. Fish are sometimes fooled into thinking they are little … Continue reading

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