Fairies in the Garden

Photo-A-Day #1966

I’m not posting any commentary for a while check out why.

Photo Information

Date Taken: August 26, 2010
Camera: Motorola
Model: DROID (My Flickr)
ISO: 84
Exposure: 1/120 sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 4mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: N/A

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14 thoughts on “Fairies in the Garden”

  1. Um, how are we going to remember what happened in our life if you are no longer commenting on the PAD? And how will we know what we ate? You are stressing your wife out here…. 😉

    1. Well, I’m not sure how that will work, I may write some private posts just so we can keep up with the family history sort of stuff. Because God knows we want to remember today’s gastro-intestinal adventures and my car’s exploits.

  2. Poor Silvermist looks like she’s been working too hard in the garden!! I know she’s the water fairy…is the picture intended to blame her for all the rain as of late? I’m sure she has good reason…

    Now, are we allowed to ask questions in comments since you aren’t posting thoughts? I’m just wondering about the “rules.” I have to say that I look forward to reading my “Benspark” email every day and now I’ll just have to make up pithy ideas in my head as to the goings on of the Benspark’s themselves. You’re messing with my head. A fight may be declared…we’ll see how it goes. I’ll keep you posted;)

    1. Mo,
      You know, I am a little disappointed in myself for not putting Silvermist in a situation more fitting her water fairy status. We have Rosetta who is a garden fairy and maybe she should be featured with the sunflower. I should know this. I do know this. I love the Tinkerbell movies too. The next one comes out the day before we head to Disney and guess who is going to get the BlueRay combo pack the day it comes out and put the movie on the iPad for Eva so she can enjoy on her trip to Disney, Yep, Me. And I’ll be watching it on my own iPad too and use the splitter so we can all listen. Because I got to be up on my fairies. I mean, what if they introduce another, how will I know what her talent is? How, tell me!

      I guess not having my daily explanation of our exploits is going to leave a few people int he dark, but it might also spur conversation to ask, hey, what did you do today. It was actually a rather eventful day too.

      As for the rules. Well, I will certainly respond to comments because conversation is what I am looking for here. You might want to subscribe to my comments feed or just subscribe to the comments of each post. I was contemplating doing a Silent September. I may still do that but only as it pertains to the daily photo.

    1. Deborah,

      I’m thinking that a modified Birdhouse might make an excellent fairy house for Eva’s little fairy friends. There is a guy in town who makes and sells them in front of his house. Hmm, might be time to give him a call and see about making one that we can paint as a family.

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    1. Sara,
      I know that this is spam and all but it is hilarious how ridiculous spam is these days. Yes I can see how helpful this article could be when having a garden full of fairies.

      1. Maybe Sara is actually planting a garden of Spam…in which case…she’s planting a garden of Evil that Fairies should stay away from. Apparently grammar isn’t planted in her garden either;)

        1. Mo,
          I’ pretty sure that grammar is not part of the seeds that are sown in a spam garden. Lots f dangling participles and such.

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