Thursday, April 20, 2006

Our New Artist Rocks!

Welcome to "The Gods Are Bored," dedicated to the proposition that a universe as big as ours can support more than one deity! Erect your personal shrine today!

What do you think of this magnificent faerie? She is a "Gods Are Bored" exclusive! So before you put that little mouse on her to move her to your site, please take a moment and consider the plight of the young, vibrant, college-aged artist just beginning a wonderful career (clearly) and in need of your financial support!

Seriously, we at "The Gods Are Bored" commissioned this faerie from a very talented and fascinating young woman named Seitou. She will soon have her own web site, in tandem with our other "Gods Are Bored" exclusive artist, Cy. So if you fall in love with this faerie (easily done), please contact us and arrange to compensate Seitou for her hard work.

It's high time to mention two very important dates for your calendar. They are:

The Fairie Festival at Spoutwood Farm, May 5 - 7, 2006. Referenced in my sidebar, this is a fantastic event centered on the essential May Day (Beltane) Celebration. Growing by leaps and bounds every year, this festival is within driving distance of all cities in the Mid-Atlantic.

The Faerie Festival at Berkeley Springs, June 9 - 10, 2006. This first-ever event couldn't be set in a more perfect venue! Visit the Sacred Springs, commune with faeries and Thunderbirds and people who love both! The festivities culminate in a Faerie Ball at a real castle, YES A REAL CASTLE. Referenced in my sidebar under "Beautiful Berkeley Springs." Berkeley Springs is so close to Washington and Baltimore that you can whip up there on the back of a dragonfly while painting your toenails.

I'll be your reporter on the scene at both events. If you plan to attend either, let me know and we'll summon the fae together!

Now I bet Tennessee Jed is wondering if I'll ever learn how to spell "fairy."

Hey, I'm not dumb. It's f-e-r-r-y.

Artwork by Seitou exclusive to "The Gods Are Bored."

1 comment:

Tennessee Jed said...

Ahhh that word. It is odd to see so many ways to spell it. Perhaps it is a spell of its own. I once installed a fairy bower for a woman who works glass for a living and claimed to be a witch, she was charmming a bit older and had two sisters that were the same.