Monday, September 20, 2010

Do You Believe in Fairies?

Guinness here. Do you believe in Fairies?

You know, in days of old, farmers would always leave some of their crop for the "wee folk"!

They believed it brought them good fortune and ensured a healthy harvest every year. And if they forgot to leave a little something, the fairies would get angry and punish the farmers by ruining their crops!

Sure, sure... today we may have scientific names for such things, like nitrogen, and carbon and humic acid... it what you like. All I know is even the smallest little creatures play a BIG role in all the gifts we take for granted.

So we must be willing to "give back" a little to mother nature each year if we want to recieve all her beautiful gifts! ......Wow, all this water, kinda makes me feel....

Yikes, 'scuze me! Gotta go... gotta is time for me to give a little "something" back to the fairies!


  1. That was so funny! Ha! Hey, when you gotta go, you gotta go. But that spider web was really pretty and we like the idea of leaving behind a little.


  2. BOL, you're funny!

    Nubbin wiggles,

  3. Ha ha - you are so funny!!! We don't know about those fairies, but it can't hurt to leave them something just in case. . . .

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  4. Holy poop...hope everything came out ok
    Benny & Lily

  5. Hey, Guinness--that human photographer you keep around is pretty dang talented! The orb-weaver web was the most beautiful thing we'd seen all week.

    Buster, Bailey, Sephie & Gracie

  6. Haaaa!
    Looks like you were in a rush... to leave something to mother nature!
    It is good to believe in fairies, right?
    Kisses and hugs

  7. a shower!!!!!!!
    tee hee hee

    pibble sugars, wee wiggles and pupperbreath licks
    the pittie pack

  8. HEHEHE you are so funny! I just hope the faries don't get caught up in that web, specially if your contribution is nearby!!!!

  9. Hi Guiness - my human loves learning little folk stories like that! I've never seen fairies but yes, I think they might exist! :-)

    By the way, your expression in the first picture is just gorgeous!

    Honey the Great Dane

  10. Hey Guinness!

    Of course I believe in Fairies, I come from an Irish family. We know, too, that we must help to take care of them. So thanks for the reminder!