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FairyMail! From the Fairy Line
||The Fairy Line Newsletter
|Your Monthly Dose of Joy and Magic!
Letter from the Editor
My fascination with books started very young.
I was particularly enthralled with fairy
tales, searching the library for any
collections of tales and fables that I could
find. Were you drawn to fairy tales in your
youth? And, here's a deep question for you
-- can you pinpoint the moment when you came
to the realization
that there is no such thing as a "fairy-tale
Years back I attended a workshop with
inspirational and intuitive author, Caroline
Myss; She shared a fascinating theory about
how the psychological myth of the "fairy tale
life" and the archetype of the "damsel in
distress being rescued by the white knight"
was pretty much extinguished with the death
of Princess Diana, especially as we learned
the not-so-fairy-tale-like details of her
life and marriage.
The realization that fairy tales aren't real
doesn't have to be life-shattering - there
IS such a thing as a fairy-inspired
life; an appreciation for the whimsical
side of life, a belief that everyday magic
exists in spite of all the naysayers. And
that even during the darkest periods there is
an inner hint, (even if not yet a glimpse!)
of the light at the end of the tunnel. A
fairy-inspired outlook helps your heart
remain open and your spirit stay
flexible in the face of adversity.
While we are continuously improving and
evolving our our definition of what it means
to be a "Fairy Girl" we know for sure
it means being compassionate and conscious of
others and the environment, and - most
importantly -- not taking yourself so
This month saw the launch of a project that
has been very near and dear to my heart:
The Fairy Girl's Club (see
article below) where we are exploring the
concept of the fairy-inspired life and
learning how to
emulate the positive traits of fairies,
as nature spirits, guides and healers.
If you would like to receive 2 free colorful
pdf documents describing fairy-like qualities
the Fairy Code of Honor, simply send an email
to me at email@example.com and I will
be happy to forward these to you by email.
Until next month, Fairy Blessings!
||MAGICAL NATURAL SCIENCE!
For a long time our company tag line has
been "Infusing Magic and Joy into
We have recently introduced a new company
slogan that aptly describes the wonderful
juxtaposition of such diverse concepts as
"Magic" and "Therapeutic": MAGICAL NATURAL
*Mesmerizing MAGICAL qualities that
grab children of all ages' interest
and stimulate their
imagination, creativity and self-esteem--
Fairy Dust for Magical Dreams, for instance,
naturally glitters in the light like brilliantly
*Premium NATURALingredients like pure
essential oils, exotic eco-essences, natural
scents, mica minerals, and no alcohol, talc
*Solid SCIENCE utilizing proven
of aromatherapy, psychology, power of
suggestion, chemistry and physics.
Here's an example of the powerful
FAIRAPEUTIC possibilities of
one of our most popular products,
Dust for Magical Dreams:
"My daughter is 3 ˝ and was terrified of
the dark," Michelle Lamonica says. "I tried
everything - night light, noise maker, music,
flashlight, dolls, books and even let her
pick out her own bedroom set. Then my friend
bought her a packet of Fairy Dust for Magical
Dreams and we now have our nightly sprinkling
and she sleeps all alone throughout the
Fairy Dust for Magical Dreams is just
the natural fairy therapy products that we
||FAIRY GIRLS CLUB LAUNCHED!
Thanks to a generous grant by our Fairy
Godmother, Billie Cox-Glimpse and the Helen
P. Glimpse Foundation, we have launched the
first Fairy Girl's Club at The Children's
Home in Tampa, Florida.
The Children's Home is a residential
treatment facility caring for children
victimized by abuse, neglect, and/or
abandonment which has severely impacted their
outlook and behavior. Tragically, the 10
wonderful girls who have committed to our 10
week program have learned early on that life
is not a fairy tale.
On our first meeting we asked the group what
fairies mean to them individually; One of the
girls sagely responded "Fairies are about
hope." That's one of the beautiful gifts
of a fairy-inspired life!
One of the main activities is to create Fairy
Fan Clubs to show their appreciation for 3 or
4 of their favorite fairies; After reviewing
more than a dozen of our fairy role models,
the girls narrowed down the choices to these
fairies for this particular 10 week program:
Isabella, the Rainbow Fairy of Creativity
and New Beginnings
Jae-Lin, the Feng Shui Fairy of Balance and
Xiomara, the courageous and powerful Spirit
of the Rainforest
The word "intuition" means to be tutored from
within. As the girls participate in a
variety of fun, creative and challenging
activities and crafts honoring their "inner
fairy," she becomes an internal source of
guidance and inspiration. We are on our
third weekly session now and will keep you
our club's progress.
FAIRY ALERT: We intend to open a
second retail location in Tampa by fall where
we iwill schedule weekly Fairy
Girl's Club meetings for girls ages 7-15.
Please let us know if you have any
input for location ideas or if you would like
to put your daughter's name on a waiting list
for the fall sessions.
||BEING A FAIRY GIRL
by Fairy Lindsey Adams
Being a Fairy Girl at Fairy Line Naturals
means a lot to me. I get the chance to
talk to new people and learn about them. I
love to tell stories about the fairies and
the products and tell people about myself.
What's most amazing about being a Fairy Girl
is that I get to use my creative talent and
skills to design wonderful new fairies. It's
exciting to show the customers some of he new
fairies and wings that I designed.
I also get to do such a variety of things
like helping with the first Fairy Girl's
Project. It's doing something that
helps others that also takes dedication and
perseverance, so sometimes it's hard work
being a Fairy Girl. There is study involved!
But you know what - I enjoy it. Who knew
hard work could be fun AND creative! I
love being a fairy girl!
Editor's Note: If this pose looks familiar,
we loved this photo so much that we had
talented Fairy Lindsey draw Rosita, the
Dreamtime Pixie in the same pose for "Got
Fairy Dust?" (see above!)
||FAIR-APY™ "NAP THERAPY
Fairy Bellafonte, the Furry Fairy, has
important jobs to do as the standard bearer
for her Furry Friends, being cute and cuddly,
and teaching us humans how to give
and receive unconditional love. She is also
the talented American Fido vocalist winner
along with her brother, JJ, The Wizard of
Odd. With such a demanding schedule she
knows the restorative value of a power
On the more serious side, studies have shown
that regular brief naps lead to better
thinking and concentration, improved health
and even help control
If you are not the "napping" type, you can
benefit from isolating for at least 10-15
minutes and closing your eyes to do some deep
breathing and/or inner reflection. Even
imagining yourself taking a nap will bring
you restorative benefits!
Watch for Fairy Bellafonte's unique wings
for dogs and her
"Spoil Me Silly " fairy
shampoo and conditioning spritz coming
View May 2008 Newsletter