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These fairies are especially meticulous craftsfairies
and rather prolific as well. They have a fondness for the "A" sisters:
Alaina, Alyssa & Ashleigh
Sat, February 14, 2009 1:17 pm
More pics and comments from Judy about the fairies in Brighton, Michigan:






Shona Arrives:
I do think the fairies are very respectful of the fact that they cannot always dwell inside the walls of people's home. So, it seems that a fairy named Shona has moved in with my dear friend Jan - making her home in a birdhouse. Jan is a collector of birdhouses and rocking horses. She, and her husband, are our golf partners. Jan and I often like to sit and share a glass (1?) of wine. And, a little white dog, named Lucy, is always at Jan's side.

It seems that Shona shares Jan's passions. Isn't great that they found each other?


Judy


Hi All,
Yesterday, 1/18, a fairy named Rian arrived to live with Amy. Amy has been hoping that a fairy would come to join Lorissia, Vivi and Everlyse at her home.

Rian and Amy appear to be a perfect match.

Judy


Autumn welcomes Darina. On New Year's Eve day, a fairy named Darina moved into Autumn's bedroom. It appears they share some common interests: gymnatics, High Scool Musical and unicorns. Autumn is very excited to have her new friend living with her.


Judy

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