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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:
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?
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.
NEEDS the rest of the pics, text & organizing.
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