Saturday, February 16, 2013

February Fairryland Outside

As you know,
I believe in fairies...
I think they are some of
God's little angels...
although I couldn't find
that part in the Bible....

Thursday morning~
we awoke to a world kissed by
Fairy Dust
~some of you may call it snow~
Looking out the window I see this...
(the blue vertical line holds a
bird feeder at the end)
And this....
And this....
The Cherub-Before And After 
Do you see the cherub there...
surrounded by snow
and lit by sparkling lights?
He's way at the base
hidden in his little snow world.

The fairies will visit this 
sweet little place when
Spring comes to Green Bay.
It's a cold beauty right now but the 
Winter Fairies love it....
I see them flitting around
out there from time to time.
Yes. I. Do.

The other "fairy" that has been
visiting us lately is the
Here is the one I have.....

He's darling, isn't he?
(Not my image-but my fairy)
He's the one that comes to visit
in the depths of night when you
lose a tooth....

Not so good?
Well- HERE is YOUR tooth fairy!
Makes you want to stay on the
Straight and Narrow,
doesn't it????

Have a fairy nice day!
your photo name


Suzan Sweatman said...

Isn't snow just beautiful when you don't have to go out in it lol?
I've never seen the tooth fairy - which is how it's supposed to be and you've gone and blown ( both ) their covers, shame on you Diana!!!
I always thought the fairy was a pretty lady!

Jettie said...

Ah, a big bad tooth fairy, me thinks he's the one who pulls them, when you refuse.

Carol said...

I'm grabbing just a few minutes of Internet Cafe time since my Internet and Email are still down. I just wanted to send you my thoughts and prayers for the loss of your brother. Charlie truly sounded like an amazing person and is probably staying quite busy providing laughter and smiles to his heavenly family.

Your snow scene is gorgeous, Diana! Fairies are so much easier to see in such a lovely wintery setting. Your little "grands" are so adorable. Given the freedom, children always seem to find "fun," and skating in Nana's basement looks like they found it!

The Valentine crafting that you set up for those little cuties was perfect. What could be better than glue and glitter -- well, maybe your homemade caramels!

I hope to be back up and running by next week. It will be nice to be back in touch with my Bloggie Friends!


Linda at French Hollow said...

What a lovely scene indeed - perfect for fairies! I KNEW I was't the only one who thinks fairies are actually little angels.

Geneva said...

It's magic ... snow makes everything beautiful! Sending hugs your way Diana ... I was so sorry to read about your brother and I'll be praying for you all.

Ron said...

I would love some snow this winter, but that rarely happens in these parts. I love the pictures. Have I said that I am so happy you are back? xo

Kim K. said...

It's so beautiful outside. We have been blessed with lots of snow and winter adventures this season. Your charming little house always brings a smile to my face.

Susan said...

That dude would scare me to death , I would want to be angel to avoid an encounter with him.............ack!

A.kennedy said...

Lol....Oh crazy Aunt Diana! What a hoot you are! Your snowfall is beautiful....I wake up every morning just waiting to hear a robin....won't be much longer I hope.
Have a wonderful day!
Amanda from PA

Kay G. said...

Wow, fairies and lovely snow AND the Green Bay Packers, you are SO lucky! :-)
I love fairies too, after all, I have my English heart, you know! xx

Beth said...

Now that is some tooth fairy. LOL I think I will keep my teeth!

Anne said...

Wow did you all just get that snow!Most of our snow is all melted.We are supposed to get more today.We will see what the fairies bring us :-)
That is one scary tooth fairy LOL!

Susie said...

Diana, When the snow is fresh and everyone is safe at's pretty. Yikes that big old toothfairy would make me want dentures.:):)xoxo,Susie

Lucille said...

Thanks for the chuckle, Diana! Are you planning to bring the girls' playhouse when you sell?

Penny Phillips said...

Snow makes everything magical! Hugs, Penny

Donna said...

Wow, it does look like a magical fairy land where you live, Diana! I think that big smoking fairy must live in your playhouse, right?! The snow sure is pretty, but I don't miss it! It's gonna a chilly here today, in the low 50's, brr!!!

Debby said...

The snow is beautiful. It was like that here yesterday.....the other fairy.....where do you find these, hah.

Karen said...

Snow is beautiful, but you can keep it LOL. Thanks for the eye candy at the end of your post LOL!Sending you hugs Diana.

Ruth Kelly said...

That first little fairy is darling. No comment on the second. I love the light coming through the snow.

Patty Patterson said...

The fairy dust is beautiful! And I think that tooth fairy is an imposter. I think the tooth fairy is really a girl. Or - do you suppose there is more than one? There are several garden fairies.

Rebecca said...

Last week it snowed for ONE DAY and then the next day it was gone. It was sooo gorgeous. I'm a Cali Girl and can't drive in the stuff, but I sure do LOVE to see it fall from the sky. Looked like puffs of cotton. HUGE FLAKES. Loved it.

I love Fairies dressed all in white!


Shirley said...

Good Morning Diana, I love your snow pictures. That is my favorite when they cling to the branches. Enjoy your fairyland I just enjoyed looking. I am staying home today. Stomach upset I think it is the nerves and stress not taking any chances. Tooth fairies ah yes, I had that discussion with my youngest grandson last night. I spent time with them enjoyable. Have a wonderful weekend. Many Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

There is magic all over your yard....beautiful snow.


Blondie's Journal said...

I never heard snow referred to as Fairy Dust! I wonder what the snow plow drivers think of that!!

Gorgeous pictures and the last one just too funny! Happy Saturday!


Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Diana, you run with a tough bunch!
Who is he...The Root Canal King???
Your fairy snow/winter wonderland is incredible! I'm in awe of how beautiful it is.
xo, T.

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

I definitely would rather NOT have a hairy chested tooth fairy :)

Ellie VanCaster said...

Love your fairy-well, not the hairy one at the end.
Dare I ask where you finding all these hairy burly guys-
never mind, I don't want to

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Gorgeous photos, love your sweet little angel. We are getting some flakes here...hope it sticks!
BTW...he looks like the scary fairy!

sissie said...

Hi Diana,
Yes, I believe that those little fairies so exist and they flit around and play little games when no one is watching.
I love the pretty snow too but only to look at and enjoy.

I'm glad I was never visited by the mean fairy, he sure is nasty looking.



Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Very pretty. Our snow is pretty much gone, but we have some ice hanging around. Don't love that.

Infuse With Liz said...

I'm with you about the fairies! Your snow covered cherub arrangement is so cute! As you know I get plenty of snow here too but I'm always intrigued with the artful way it can make things look!

Missy George said...

I prefer the first fairy !!

{oc cottage} said...

so,so, so pretty! not much of that out our way...maybe because it's 81 today...but that's just a guess! ;}

m ^..^

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Oh my Lord...where's my floss? I don't want that scary dude coming to Alabama....are you in Green Bay, Wisconsin? Trip used to work there and loved it! ;P

What a pretty winter wonderland....LOVE your photos!


Jane, Naples, Florida said...

The snow is beautiful...and yes..there must be Fairies!

Flora Doora

Shelia said...

HI Diana! You always make me smile! I love your fairy dust and it's so beautiful! I believe in fairies too and I see some in your snaps! Hoping your heart i less heavy! Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Pam said...

That Tooth Fairy looks like he'd yank your teeth right out of your mouth for you. Your sweet little fairy on the porch looks much sweeter.

Nellie said...

Beautiful snow fall!

It sounds as though someone has been losing some teeth! Would that be SweetCheeks?

xo Nellie

Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

Oh much snow! It was in the 70's here today... warm....Thanks for stopping by my blog to say hi!

Maureen said...

Stop posting pictures of all these handsome men. You're making me jealous! lol The snow is so pretty but I'm starting to long for spring already.

Simply Debbie said...

I think you should throw out that big, hairy, smoking tooth fairy and let me move into the fairy house...I am short and wide and l can flutter my wings from side to side...wink...laugh...roll eyes...I would love to see the inside of that beautiful little house.
hugs to you my friend

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Yikes, it's the "straight and narrow" path of me! Your fairy dust is lovely! We haven't had a single snow last year of this year! :( I do remember your kind offer to have it trucked in though! It's gorgeous!

SavannahGranny said...

Good Lord! If I see that ugly "Bad Fairy" around here I will tie him up with my dental floss. Looks like he needs it.
I will fill you in later but we will NOT be moving to the land of white fairy dust anytime soon.
Have a blessed day, Ginger

pink*cherub*moon said...

"Fairy" nice post I love the snow and the way that the lights by the cherub are shining through it! SO pretty! I'm staying away from the tooth fairy in the last picture. He does not look too happy or friendly! LOL! Hugs, Leena

Red Rose Alley said...

I can not believe you live surrounded by all this beauty! I feel the fairies all around in this snow of yours. Your sweet fairy is sooo cute! You know how much I love them, don't you? Oh, I want to someday wake up and open my front door to a blanket of snow - how glorious that would be. Beautiful pictures, Diana. Have a wonderful week.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Diana, You live in a wonderland of beauty in white. The snow fairies must have really enjoyed their visit. Not the tooth fairy, He looks icky!
Your pics are just gorgeous.
Have a wonderful snowday.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Little Miss Maggie said...

I love fairies too and I truly believe they live in every garden that is loved by its owner. They are magical creatures, aren't they?

Little Miss Maggie said...

I love fairies too and I truly believe they live in every garden that is loved by its owner. They are magical creatures, aren't they?