Welcome+My name is Brittany, I'm a twenty-six year old single mom who lives in a small town in the midwest. I love cooking, baking, writing, and going on adventures with my daughter. I enjoy learning new things and experiencing new cultures. My...
I stand in the snow, my hair tasselled by the sharp winter wind. My sisters are already in Greece they couldn't wait to go, but I still wait for when I need to go. They would any way there the goddesses of Autumn, Summer, spring. Were as I am of Winter- which makes me the goddesses of Christmas and Presents but they ancient Greeks forgot about me- I should be bitter but Im not my sisters would be.
Oonagh, the Goddess of the Fae: Oonagh’s themes are fairies, nature, devotion and relationships. Her symbols are all fairy plants, silver and dew. This ancient Irish Queen of the Fairies is also a potent Goddess of magic. In Irish legends, Oonagh is a faithful wife and the most beautiful of all Goddesses, having long silky hair and a robe of silver and dew.
Fantasy art. Although I have spent most of my working life in education teaching with a strong emphasis on history, my other love is art, unfortunately I posses no aptitude for art fortunately these artists do! - look, enjoy and learn! Linda ( Educational director of http://www.siteseen.info ).
This rare glimpse of a red sprite (the hair) taking her ablutions in a dewdrop bath gives lie to the persistent rumor of their unclearly habits. In fact, they are descended from Water Sprites and are most unhappy when water is scarce or tainted.