Mythology of Pixies

Pixies are mythological creatures that can be compared to elves or fairies. They come from British folklore. They can also be referred to as “piskies” or “pigsies.” The earliest version of the classic “Three Little Pigs” fable is written about pixies, which was later changed to pigs. This original version comes from southern England inContinue reading “Mythology of Pixies”

Little Pixie ~ Apocalypse (Part VIII)

The twelfth-year classmates gathered round to say their goodbyes to one another. Half of them would go on to get married, the other half would be leaving the village to find their soulmates elsewhere. Nixie would be heading out west. They had a festival which included live music, a few performances (including Nixie and othersContinue reading “Little Pixie ~ Apocalypse (Part VIII)”

Little Pixie ~ Tsunami (Part IV)

Nixie, the little pixie, had an appointment with a shaman doctor — who used prayer and plant medicine to heal. While awaiting his arrival, Nixie was trying to explain to her mom that her shaman, who she had been going to since she was a newborn, was making her feel uncomfortable. Lately, every time heContinue reading “Little Pixie ~ Tsunami (Part IV)”

Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!

In Greek mythology, nymphs are supernatural, female incarnations of nature — the plants, flowers, trees, mountains, wind, sea, etc. Nymphs are minor goddesses: more powerful than humans yet a step below the gods & goddesses. Nymphs are typically depicted as beautiful and graceful women with soft, sweet appearances. Often, they are confused for fairies. TheseContinue reading “Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!”

Tropical island fairies

Tropical island fairies fly through the palm trees and spread sunshiny vibes everywhere. At night, they glow with the stars. There were two fairies who held hands and never let go for many years and it was spectacular. But the glow was dimming out. She had found someone else. So she let go and setContinue reading “Tropical island fairies”

Garden fairy

Ivy was a garden fairy who guarded her plant friends with fierce protection. On days when the human gardeners slacked off and left her garden dehydrated, her anger caused a rainstorm, and this kept her plant friends happily hydrated. Her garden was upmost important to her, for she felt so passionate about the plant kingdom.Continue reading “Garden fairy”