Some say the world of magic is just in stories and movies, but I think it lives in our hearts. As Brad Paisley says in his song “If Love was a Plane,” he talks about how if we were actually told about what could happen with love, nobody would want to get on that plane; and yet we line up anyway. I think that is just one of the magical things about our world. While this may seem a little off from the title of “The Magical World of Fairies,” as this blog is called, I don’t think it is. To me, believing in love and taking that leap to fall in love is just like believing in things that little kids love to believe.
There are all kinds of online shops now that sell fairy gardens, so many adults must believe in them too or at least they want to! My love for mythical things has lasted into my twenties and I don’t see it changing any time soon. That is why I created a fairy garden for my mom this past Christmas, she was really excited, she had been wanting to make one since last year this time. As I was making it, I thought, “Wouldn’t it be cool if a fairy really did show up?” As creative as I thought I was being, my sister Tara topped me. I was letting everything dry and walked away, when I returned wouldn’t you know she had gone in my room and placed a fairy statue that she had in my fairy garden. It was magic to me, even though I knew there was a reasonable reason for it to be there and that someone had did that. It gave me an idea to create a fairy flitter for my camera, this was so I could capture the magical and usually shy fairies using the garden I created.
The world is full of magic, I hope you are open to experiencing it. If you sit in your garden long enough you might just see the fairies of the world show their wings.