Angels, Goddesses and Fairies On this page there are a number of different things from pictures to explinations to adoptables to names.

Hey, did you know that my name in Hawaiian is Kila?

Pics

Faeries, Goddesses and Angels I adopted

A shield of FAITH gives us the power to hold strong to our beliefs

With HOPE, we anticipate only the best of what the future holds

And the greatest of all, eternal LOVE, fills our lives with sweet comfort
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Your Fairy Name

Kyla O'Donnell: Your fairy is called Hex Yewfilter. She is a weird enchantress. She lives in places hexed and tainted by black magic. She is only seen on midsummer's eve.

Nicole Demers: Your fairy is called Berry Iceshimmer. She is a bone chilling revenger of widows. She lives in fruit orchards and vineyards. She is only seen when the first flowers begin to blossom.

Amy Hawes: Your fairy is called Gossamer Cornfrost. She is a creator of bounty and harvest. She lives in spiderwebbed wonderlands and insect grottos. She is only seen during the first snow of winter.

Charlee Nelson: Your fairy is called Thorn Hailweb. She is a protector of the lonely. She lives in brambles and blackberry bushes. She is only seen in the mist of an early morning.

Larissa Coburn: Your fairy is called Bramble Goblinglitter. She is a bringer of riches and wealth. She lives in leafy dells and bluebell glades. She is only seen in the light of a shooting star.

Kirsten Earl: Your fairy is called Hex Icewand. She is a bone chilling revenger of widows. She lives in places hexed and tainted by black magic. She is only seen when the seer holds a four-leafed clover.

Roxann Jalbert: Your fairy is called Fire Rainbowglimmer. She is a fortune bringer. She lives where fireflies mate and breed. She is only seen when the sun sets on the day of a completed harvest.