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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 ).

Something in the darkness pulled me deeper Something in the madness eased my mind Was I awake or was I dreaming Cut the strings that bind me to mankind ~Candice Night~

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.

The materials used here are from my collection. Equipment used include Canon and Nikon cameras, PS CS and Wacom Bamboo tablet.

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