Thursday, June 26, 2008

What is your Fairy name?

Found this site from visiting a blog who's owner Nancy came to visit mine.

Your fairy is called Fidget Goblintree
She is a bringer of riches and wealth.
She lives in rotting woodlands near poisonous toadstools.
She is only seen when the first leaves fall from the trees.
She wears red with white spots, like the toadstools. She has gentle green wings like a butterfly.


Melinda said...


She is a cheerful sprite.
She lives in mushroom fields and quiet meadows.
She is only seen when the first leaves fall from the trees.
She wears lilac and purple like columbine flowers. She has delicate green wings like a cicada.

Mississippi Songbird said...

Your fairy is called Feather Snowglimmer
She is a cleansing force and a peace-bringer.
She lives in high places where the clouds meet the earth.
She is only seen when the sun sets on the day of a completed harvest.
She wears pale blue like the sky. She has delicate pale blue wings like a cicada.

Thanks for the cute link

Nancy said...

Hi Patty!

I am that Nancy. You can copy the Fairy button off my blog and put on yours, if you want. It was passed to me that way. Cute idea, for something different. I got it from Pea at Pea's Corner. We all need a little imagination, even if we are getting older. LOL

Love your little bunnies. The mama rabbit is through with them as soon as they leave the nest. That's what a wildlife expert told me when we had some baby bunnies when we lived in Indiana. Ours had wervils (looked like maggots) in their neck, between their toes, in their sides, all over. They are larvae from big flies or bugs that laid their eggs under the bunnies' skin. I removed so many of them! I had to turn the one that was so bad off over to this wildlife expert, but it died. I saved the others and set them free then. So yours are on their own now. Poor little things! They must like your oasis-looking backyard! Lots of places for them to live under the plants and all. Beautiful yard!