If you can see with a child's eye, there is a world full of color, joy, and wonder to be seen. The fairy realm reminds us to keep this joy and creativity alive. Ever flower, leaf, and blade of grass has a story to tell. Streams sing and the winds whisper ancient secrets into the ears of those who will listen - Unknown
Today our granddaughter turned four years old. Yesterday's post was about our private celebration for her with a mermaid theme. Today was her fairy princess tea party with all her little friends. Isn't the fairy princess house birthday cake cute? My daughter-in-law made most of it. There was lots of dancing and twirling, yummy food, and hugs. The last picture is a happy mommy and daddy (our son and daughter-in-law). Fairies are a race of small magical beings endowed with powers of magic and enchantment. They are invisible to most of us, but some have the gift to see, and some say that animals can also see them. Belief in fairies has existed from the earliest times. There are butterfly fairies, cloud fairies, Dryads (tree spirits), and flower fairies. Do they ever have parties and do they eat? Woodland fairies eat the nectar of flowers and drink the early morning dew.
"I will heal their waywardness and love them freely, for my anger has turned away from them. I will be like the dew to Israel; he will blossom like a lily." Hosea 14:4,5