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Sunday, February 27, 2011

MicroFiction Monday

Susan at Stony River Farm hosts Microfiction Monday. She posts a picture and you compose a story in 140 characters. You can click on the link under the title to get further instructions. To help you along she has posted a wonderful link that counts your characters for you! How great is that! You can get the counter at Design 215.


This meme is easy and it's fun! Thanks, Susan for hosting.

And here's the picture for the day!

No one big enough and smelly enough to wear these here in
Fairyland! But my magic beans will make it smell heavenly. Voila! my new bed!!

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And from Mumbai! A real winner today, that's for sure!!!


I hear Palin's coming to India. Must do something. She jogs in the garden. This stickfast glue ball I'm dropping in should work. Betcha.
Posted by Ugich Konitari to Sylvia From Over the Hill at February 27, 2011 7:18 PM

40 comments:

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Wonderful Sylvia, so far we are all thinking Odor Eaters of some sort.

SandyCarlson said...

Great job! A Sealy's for a fairy!

Peggy said...

Great idea Sylvia like usual.
I never thought of the shoe as a bed!
Really perfect take.
Have a great week my friend!

Tracy said...

sylvia,
Being the golfer, it appears like a golf shoe to me and she is placing a golf ball inside the shoe; perhaps for someone to notice?

Michael G-G said...

Hooray for those magic beans! Good one, Sylvia. Hope you have a great week.

Pat said...

Now that's using her head. She'll have to shrink herself to fit in that shoe-as-bed. Clever caption, Sylvia. Jerry used the stinky shoe idea, too.

Kay L. Davies said...

Very good, Sylvia. I haven't been able to participate for a few weeks because I'm experiencing micro-block. Like writer's block, only smaller. Maybe this fairy can help me.
--K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Debora said...

I can just see that little fairy snugly tucked into the shoe!

Ugich Konitari said...

I hear Palin's coming to India. Must do something. She jogs in the garden. This stickfast glue ball I'm dropping in should work. Betcha.

Susan Fobes said...

Hmm...It may not be the best bed in town-she will be sleeping on a slant! LOL! Very creative (and funny)this week Sylvia!

Vicki said...

Very cute! Not sure how comfortable that would be.

Melanie Sherman said...

Aawwww, cute. I can just see her snuggling up (after the magic beans do their job).

Mason Canyon said...

Cute and funny.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

Anyes said...

Having to sleep in this...poor fairy, fortunately for those magic beans ;-)

Doctor FTSE said...

Hope the odour eater works before she tucks herself in! Nice MFM.

anthonynorth said...

Now that will be snug :-)
Nice one.

moondustwriter said...

Both excellent

have missed everyone - have to do a MFM once in a bit to see everyone

anni said...

Sylvia, wanted to let you know that the name of my blog has changed... Belgiumswings is now
http://whatisbelgium.blogspot.com
thanks for being a follower !
anni

Serline said...

It's the Caddy Fairy!

Jinksy said...

I like a fairy with a devil may care attitude - and glue balls...

Rekha said...

Loved both..yes, Palin is coming to India...hope she has had her geography lessons...
but ain't the shoe wee bit small for her to fit in??...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I need a helpful fairy like that to sweeten up my running shoes.

Linda O'Connell said...

oh to have some magic beans! Fun.

izzy said...

Very fun and clever! both are great,thanks-

Diane said...

Fun ones ladies! Hope you both have a super week!!! :O)

Ashling said...

Oooooo--I want a magic bean or two!

Dianne said...

talk about upscale renovation! ;)

Akelamalu said...

Fairies can make a perfect bed out of anything! ;)

Talei said...

Oh, that is lovely! I hope its a comfortable bed too! ;-)

imaginationlane said...

Both are most amusing pieces, Sylvia! You always have a unique twist on the prompts, and your Mumbai friend's header is especially gorgeous this time...

Lynette

Madeleine said...

Loved them both. First one was my fav though :O)

SouthLakesMom said...

I think your friend in Mumbai is trying to singlehandedly drag North America into Spring. I'm in, how about you?

The fairy has a decorating talent that surpasses her surroundings. Perhaps HGTV - Fairy Version?

sylviamorice said...

I wonder if Susan expected us to all think about smelly feet this week? LOL...loved your mm--I hope the fairy is 'bendable' though, as the shoe looks a bit short for her to stretch out in...hmmm...maybe if she could remove her wings at night it would help.
Have a great week. Cheers~

Pooch said...

Many foot odor problems today! Wonder if that indicates something personal--nothing a magic bean can't cure!

:)

Grandma's Goulash said...

I don't care what's in the beans, I wouldn't be crawling into that thing. lol Good one.


My MM:Mission Impossible

5thsister said...

I've never known beans, magical or otherwise, to result in anything smelling heavenly! :o)

Barb said...

Hi Sylvia, I tried to write a comment, but I don't think it went through... I'll try again. I like looking at those spring-like photos, but the snowy ones are magical, too. You're lucky to have both the snow-capped peaks and the beach near your home. I really like your new Header. Stay warm (the gull, too)!

Ms.Daisy said...

Cute one! I always knew that fairies slept in shoes! I must have read that somewhere.


~Jean

avoid the clap said...

Thanks for giving me the gift of a fun daydream--fairies sleeping in shoes.

Lenore said...

Very cute...thanks for the smile :-D

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