~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~

~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ welcomes all fairies & elves to her garden and even (daresay) the HOBGOBLINS!!
[Last updated 2124 days ago]
TypeMeadow Fairy
Born OnJune 5th (age: 9 years, 5 months)
Human's Name
Garden~♥~A Merry Magical Meadow Garden~♥~
Garden LevelLevel 42
Wildlife LevelLegendary
Sprinkle Gold 
Sprinkle Diamonds 


 and fairlyjudy # 9 of judy club wrote1 day, 3 hours ago

Happy Birthday last week Karen..I will be 68 next March

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 and *•.¸♥Anastasia♥¸.•* wrote1 day, 7 hours ago

Hi Karen, I saw your post on another wall, but wanted to say thanks for sharing such a sweet fairy poem,  I love the magic of such lovely things xx

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 and Myrrhinda (PFL #13, USA) wrote2 days, 8 hours ago

fascinating  folklore  😀

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 and Rhossie Icedancer wrote2 days, 15 hours ago

loving your fae verse

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote4 days, 21 hours ago

❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~Originating in Scandinavia, Gnomes later migrated to the lowlands some 1500 years ago.Gnomes are usually an average of 15 centimeters tall, but with its cap on it appears much taller. Their feet are somewhat pigeon toed which gives them an extra edge on speed and agility through the wood and grass. The males weigh 300 grams, and female is 250-275 grams. ❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote5 days, 19 hours ago

❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~The most well-known and loved house elf in folklore is the Scottish Brownie. The Brownie is a small male creature, between one and two feet tall, who takes up residence in a deserving family's home. The Brownie is said to reside mostly in Scotland, but some say the Scottish immigrants brought the Brownie over with them to the United States and Canada in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds. The Brownie's temperament is mild and he is rather helpful with chores around the house. When the woman of the house goes to bed, he has been known to finish her chores. ❦ ∕̆̃̃♥

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥~♥

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote6 days, 5 hours ago

♥~If you see a fairy ring in a field of grass~
Very lightly step around~
and tiptoe as you pass~
Last night fairies frolicked there~
And they’re sleeping somewhere near~
If you see a tiny fae~
Lying fast asleep~
Shut your eyes and run away~
Do not stay or peep~
And be sure you never tell~
Or you’ll break a fairy spell.♥~

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥~♥

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote6 days, 8 hours ago

❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~Fairies are kisses that escaped.The Elementaries never age or die, are never ill and in most cases are lovely to behold. Fairy-folk have no time-sense because they are not quite material. Fairy-lore has always survived, and is still alive and well throughout all parts of the world and cultures, including Native American and are known by many names. ❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥~♥

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote6 days, 11 hours ago

❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~Dryads - (Δρυάδες, "sing" Δρυάς) are tree nymphs in Greek mythology. In Greek 'drys' signifies "oak", from an Indo-European root *derew(o)- "tree" or "wood". Thus Dryads are specifically the nymphs of oak trees, though the term has come to be used for all tree nymphs in general. They were normally considered to be very shy creatures, except around the goddess Artemis, who was known to be a friend to most nymphs. ~ ❦ ∕̆̃̃♥

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥~♥

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote6 days, 14 hours ago

❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~Woodwitch is a fairy from the wood; a good and benevolent magickal fairy who helps lost travelers to find their way home. This kind fairy was raised up by other fairies of this wood, and they taught her magic and all other secret knowledge so important for each fairy to know. ❦ ∕̆̃̃♥ ~

♥~♥~♥*•.Ʈђaηƙ ყღʊ ƒõя √ιṩιʈιηɠ.•*`♥~♥~♥

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Quests Completed
~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ is Quest Level I, and has completed these Quests:
Level I Quests
(1 of 19 Quests Completed)
Mouse Hunter
Best spotting time:
1 day, 23 hours
Nice Weather For Ducks
Not yet completed
The Tortoise And The Hare
Not yet completed
Bunny Business
Not yet completed
Watch The Birdie
Not yet completed
Here Be Dragons
Not yet completed
Reach For The Stars
Not yet completed
Not yet completed
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
Not yet completed
One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
Not yet completed
The Ugly Bug Ball
Not yet completed
Random Assortment
Not yet completed
Seasonal Quests
Think Pink
Not yet completed
Spooky Sprinkling
Not yet completed
Winter Wonderland
Not yet completed
Be My Valentine
Not yet completed
Do You Have The Eggs Factor?
Not yet completed
Luck Of The Irish
Not yet completed
Fun In The Sun
Not yet completed

Total Earnings: 12 Scrolls

Wildlife Spotted  
~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ has spotted 377 of 482 possible wildlife in other Gardens:
Summer Wildlife
(13 of 15 Spotted)

Spring Wildlife
(20 of 26 Spotted)

Winter Wildlife
(16 of 16 Spotted)

Autumn Wildlife
(26 of 33 Spotted)

(3 of 8 Spotted)

(17 of 21 Spotted)

Bottom Dwellers
(0 of 7 Spotted)

Frog Breeding
(3 of 4 Spotted)

Pondweed Combos
(1 of 7 Spotted)

Fishy Namesakes
(4 of 7 Spotted)

A Rainbow Of Fish
(9 of 14 Spotted)

Pond Mythological
(6 of 7 Spotted)

Pond & Garden
(5 of 8 Spotted)

(1 of 1 Spotted)

Snow White
(4 of 10 Spotted)

Three Billy Goats Gruff
(4 of 5 Spotted)

Jack And The Beanstalk
(5 of 5 Spotted)

The Ugly Duckling
(3 of 4 Spotted)

The Frog Prince
(3 of 3 Spotted)

The Three Bears
(5 of 5 Spotted)

The Three Little Pigs
(5 of 5 Spotted)

Baby Chicks
(6 of 17 Spotted)

Mystical Butterflies
(12 of 15 Spotted)

Albino & Melanistic
(15 of 15 Spotted)

(6 of 7 Spotted)

(12 of 12 Spotted)

(7 of 7 Spotted)

(7 of 7 Spotted)

Baby Wildlife
(27 of 36 Spotted)

Mothers & Babies
(20 of 36 Spotted)

Levels 11+
(43 of 45 Spotted)

Levels 1-10
(38 of 38 Spotted)

(13 of 13 Spotted)

(14 of 19 Spotted)

Common Wildlife
(4 of 4 Spotted)

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