where'd the balloon go?
(should have known that when playing with the neighbourhood stingers that pricklilies are bound to find little faerie bums)
(do you know how hard it is to untie a ribbon from a rose bush?
i have heard that more bandaids just might be in order)
(hmmmmmm yes, enough said about that)
silly pom poms attached to their acorn hats from falling off
(this activity needs to be addressed to includewater bottles, snacks
and plump cushions to relax on along the way)
with those socks and shoes?
(that's all i need to know, how can socks be taken off all the
while their shoes are still on?)
i can't even imaging what games and shenanigans the
faeries have in store for next year
but i'm hoping that the little girl that lives so close to the garden doesn't go ahead and pick the daisies as then i will need to find another hiding place
thank you for the fun and giggles and tons of things to whisper
oh, and wait, wasn't there something about a balloon?
giggles to be had on the big day
(many a few have had to sit down from being too dizzy)
(please not that the butterflies don't sting as much when to you get so close)
(dandelions are the terribliest powder to wipe off)
(except the long curly hair that it was supposed to be twirled around)
(strange as it be but somehow they managed to still keep their shoes on)
(or should that have been shell to shell)
(i sure am glad that it wasn't raining or else could you imagine
what wet soggy mud would be to crawl through)
(not too sure if that would be nice to the ears though as it
certainly isn't to mine)
spot just by peeking around a daisy
(before being spotted)
what a wonderful day
Happy International Faerie Day
oh, and how could i forget...
did you know that faerie dust comes in every
colour of the rainbow?
i've seen it myself, yes, in every colour
listening for little toes
that one can really make no sense of it at all,
mind you we are dealing with faeries so who knows