Chestnut, Daisy, Dogwood and Lime

Nest

From her nest below the Chestnut tree…

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Chestnut Leaves

…Floradora discovered some magical Fairy Wings!

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Wings

She tried them on and they fit perfectly!

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Daisy

Then she found a daisy patch…

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Crown

…and wove herself a beautiful crown!

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Flying!

The Fairy Wings were amazing, and lifted her up so she could fly, but the crown fell off…

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Settle

…but she was glad that she could fly up and settle in a Dogwood tree…

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Perch

…because it is her favourite type of tree – she is carved from Dogwood wood.

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Dogwood Flower

She whispered kind things to the Dogwood tree – Grow strong tree, you are beautiful, I love you, your flowers are so interesting, I am proud to be related to you, thank you for the shade, I am glad you can hold nests for the birds!

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Lime Cake

The youngest member of the human family sent Floradora home with a piece of lime cake, and Floradora said it was a perfect ending to a”Fairy nice day”!

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14 thoughts on “Chestnut, Daisy, Dogwood and Lime

    • We had a very sweet walk home together, and enjoyed sitting under the Chestnut tree, visiting the dogwood and making daisy crowns…Floradora was especially glad to visit her favourite tree!

  1. Such fun and whimsy. Enjoyed all the photos! Floradora might like to know that Dogwood is the state tree of Missouri. It grows wild throughout our woods especially here in the Ozarks.

    • Isn’t that interesting! The Pacific Ddogwood is the provincial flower of British Columbia! Floradora’s wood came from your part of the world in Arkansas, but she feels a kinship to the ones here. I am glad you enjoyed the photos!

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