Tagged with fairies

Summer Reruns

Summer Reruns

You shouldn’t be stuck watching old King of Queens reruns when there are so many good things on Netflix this summer. This includes THREE pirate flicks:  Jake and the Neverland Pirates has new episodes for the young; the Muppets Treasure Island sets sail for the young-at-heart; and the long-awaited Pirate Fairy movie (pirate – and fairy – … Continue reading

Pimped ride

I apologize that this picture is so bad, but I haven’t caught up to the i-phone fad yet. What you should be noticing (other than the cheetah seat covers) is that someone at MSU has totally pimped out her steering wheel with puff-paint tinkerbell decals. I don’t know if that makes driving difficult, but random university … Continue reading

All that glitters

Disney’s The Pirate Fairy is now out on DVD and if I didn’t need that $25 in my pocket for life-sustaining coffee, I would certainly be investing in some animated evening entertainment.  Sneak peaks that have been released over the few weeks show a strong lead with slightly ambiguous morals (but a decent heart, I am … Continue reading

Pixar Announcements

As I put on my fuzzy L. L. Bean slippers, I chanted to myself, “I wish I was at DisneyCon, I wish I was at DisneyCon.” And nothing happened. It seems that yesterday was a bonanza of Pixar glory.   (I wouldn’t know for sure; someone’s fairy godmother has bad reception.)  Here are The Company’s … Continue reading

Fairie Palaces

As we prepare for tomorrow’s party of awesomeness, I’ve been searching for inspiration on google images and HMOP!!!  Who designed this?  Who built it!?  Can I buy one?  Yes, I can. I would load myself up to Wayne Szalinksi’s shrink ray to live here. And, I wish I had an old sink to make a sweet … Continue reading

Not Fair! *pout*

It’s just not fair!  Yes, I had mermaids and magic carpets and white mares and David Bowie in tights (which almost counts as a Sparrow Man).  But, when Disney finally got around to making its own Neverfairy paradise of  outdoorsy, animal cutesy, dewdrop in your teacup and blueberry on your plate marketing gold, I was … Continue reading