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    My faerie experience


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    My faerie experience

    Post  jasmine1212 on Mon Apr 06, 2015 6:33 pm

    This happened when I was about 4 years old. Around 1979.
    My childhood home from the age of birth to about 6years old sat in a cul-de-sac at the end of a quiet street.
    At that time, it was just my Mother and I living there.
    There were about 6 children in the neighborhood who were all around 6 and 7 years old.
    The girls liked to dress me up and put on pretend make-up.  They would also like to pretend to play house and I was the baby.
    One afternoon, I was playing house with two of the girls and they decided that they were going to got pretend shopping and I (the little baby) should pretend to take a nap.
    They decided the "house" was my front porch and that is where I would pretend to sleep.

    Now, the porch at my house was up two small steps leading to an area that was about 6ft by 2.5ft. (182.88cm by 76.2cm)
    It stood about 2ft (60.96cm) off of the ground.
    The front door was straight ahead. The main door swung in towards the house and the screen door swung out toward the porch. That meant that whoever was standing outside would have to step back when the person inside opened the door.
    The left wall of the porch was the outside wall of the garage and the right of the porch was a planter with a iron trellis that went from the planter all the way up to the roof of the porch and spanned the whole length of the porch.
    So if you were standing on the porch and someone was trying to reach you or walk around you, the only way they could do it was either from the steps or the front door.

    I laid down on the porch with my head towards the front door and put my head on a little pillow.  I had my little tooth pillow, the kind with a little pocket for you to put your tooth when it fell out and the Tooth Fairy (your parents) would come a give you a quarter for your tooth.
    I laid down with the little pocket face down.
    The girls said "Bye bye" and walked down the street around the cul-de-sac pretending to go shopping.

    After a few seconds, something made me sit up and pick up the pillow and turn it over and look in the pocket.
    Inside was a note and a piece of gum.  It was the kind of gum with a liquid center.
    The note said "Hi Melody. Here is a piece of candy. Please remember to take care of your teeth. Love, The Tooth Fairy."
    I took the gum, unwrapped it, put in my mouth, laid back down and a minute later the girls came back.
    They said "Hello Baby" decided to go shopping again and went off down the cul-de-sac.
    I laid my head down for a few seconds and AGAIN, something made me sit up and pick up the pillow.
    Again, another note and another piece of candy.
    This time it was a round piece of hard candy.
    And the note said "Hi Melody. Here is a piece of candy. Please remember to take care of your teeth. Love, The Tooth Fairy."
    Again, I ate the candy and laid down and a minute later the girls came back.
    The same thing happened a THIRD time.
    Only this time, there was no candy and the note said "Hi Melody.  I cannot give you anymore candy. Please remember to take care of your teeth. Love The Tooth Fairy."

    The girls came back and I honestly don't remember what happened for the rest of the day.
    I only laid my head down and closed my eyes for a few seconds and I never heard or felt anything.
    There was no way anyone "human" could have got to my head, put a piece of candy in the pillow and gotten away with out me feeling or hearing it.

    I was never scared or freaked out. Not then, not later and not now.
    It never seemed unusual that there was a note and candy in my pillow put there (three times) by unseen hands.

    I never told anyone about what happened. Not the little girls, not my Mother.
    Only years later, when I met my boyfriend in 2009 did I tell anyone.
    I don't know what happened to the pillow, or the notes.
    And I don't remember if I knew how to read at that time, but I knew exactly what those little notes said.

    In 2014, I went to a medium for a reading. (A wonderful and truly amazing woman who I just have to send some love out to! <3)
    (My Spirit Guides had come forward during the reading and she was communicating with them)
    One of the questions I asked her was "What put the candy in my pillow?"
    Her answer was "A faerie."

    Just like that. And somehow, it just felt true.
    I didn't think it was strange (well, considering some of the other experiences I've had, that makes sense)
    And that was that.
    A faerie.

    I always smile when I think of it and when I tell that story.
    And I think it is wonderful that it happened.

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    Re: My faerie experience

    Post  feather on Sat May 16, 2015 7:53 am

    It's so nice to have that warm and happy feeling that is attached to a memory. When I was a kid...I remember feeling sad that no one believed in Faeries. I was certain that they existed.  :bfs:

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    Re: My faerie experience

    Post  psychicwiccan on Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:26 pm

    Omg your so lucky.

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