The Baron has been living up to his nickname. Although he likes to think of himself as a little "batty", he has been an interesting inspiration. He has revealed to me how I can keep that spring in my step as I age gracefully... or not so gracefully, by remembering that there can be fun in the discovery. I invite you to come along and discover some of the fun and mystery that awaits the Baron. What brings him to his mansion in the Village and what adventures still await?
Soon she was at the front of the caves and the voice was pretty insistent that she come inside, so she peered inside the dark and shadowy entrance, not sure what she was going to see. Suddenly she was staring into two bright eyes!
"Hello", said the baby dragon, "I'm Hungry!"
Meen immediately stepped back and shouted "You aren't eating me!"
"No", the dragon said, "That is my name, Hungry, and I would like to play with you. Sounds like fun to go see baby frogs."
"What are you? I haven't seen something like you ever!" shouted Meen.
"What do you mean, what am I? I am Hungry!" replied the little Dragon.
"No, not how do you feel, but what are you?" Exasperated, the little Dragon said again, "I am NOT Hungry! That is my name. As far as what I am... I don't know other than a Secret. My mother, Granny Flare, keeps telling me to be quiet cause I'm a Secret, but I want to play and the Frog Pond sounds like fun."
By this time, Meen was exhausted trying to figure out her new friend and also wanted to go play. "Yes!" said Meen, "Let's go to the Frog Pond. Did you know that a group of baby tadpoles are called 'a knotty'?. Sounds silly to me cause how could anyone be naughty when you are so little and haven't even had time to get into trouble."
That was enough of a deep thought for the two of them; so off they went to the Frog Pond to go play with the tadpoles.
Then he started to play softer, haunting tunes, that made a person yearn for someone to be with and share the magical moment.
As he played, he did not notice that the fish were not biting as he was so caught up in his playing. But they were watching him. They liked how the rhythm of the music made the water ripple in time to his playing.
Finally, he decided he should check his fishing line. He saw the school of fish all staring at him. "What do you want? You should be nibbling on my hook!" he shouted out. “Wait a minute, fish can’t clap”, he uttered, “something else is going on here.”
Now Ichthy no longer takes his fishing pole when he goes on his trips to the docks, just his fiddle and occasionally his chalk board to help school the fish in their scales. For they are working together on a song that will make it to the Top 40's charts... and beat out the ever popular Whales' song.
Welcome to my blog. This is where I will reveal the magic of my Faes and share with you some of the success and pitfalls through the journey of doll making, sculpting, and other crafts that all come back to my dolls in many ways.