What’s that?  Are you saying it’s not possible?  Well, maybe it is … if you’re looking for a new neighbourhood!  And, maybe if you’re a faerie, or a lover of faeries, or beneficial insect friends, or toads …

Because if you are, do I ever have a neighbourhood for you!  It’s diverse.  It’s unique.  And, it’s multicultural.  

The first house might be haunted.  It has a being watching over the door, and a gargoyle as a door handle, I think there might even be a being looking out the window

The second house is occupied by forest faeries.  You can tell by the door and window coverings.  They may have been on catnip when they were picking the other colors though …

The third house is occupied by sailor faeries who have come in off the water.  You can tell by the shape of the door and doorsill that they are still missing the scent of the sea …

The fourth house is occupied by cloistered Arabian faeries.  We don’t see them much, but we know they are there because we can hear their music in the evening …

The fifth house is occupied by gardener faeries.  You can tell by their very well attended flowers and the brilliant colors they’ve achieved.  I’m presuming they are very hard working and might make a good addition to a garden in need …

The sixth house is occupied by Indigo faeries, so if you happen to have an Indigo child who needs some small companions, you might like this one in the neighbourhood …

Lastly, the faeries from the seventh house belong to the House of Bannister, small relations to the House of Lannister, and are looking forward to peaceful co-existence in a neighbourhood after all of the chaos in their homeland.

Here they all are in our neighbourhood … some moving on shortly to find another!

So even though it might be tempting to live with Mr. Rogers — the faeries living in these houses are hoping you’ll want them as a neighbour!   (And you know the housing market right now.  Houses that come with faeries (or haunted) are at a premium … )

 

Hope you’re having as much fun as I am!

Susan McD