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Tale Weaver 30: once upon a time . . .

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Image: Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen Artist: Harry Clark (1916) Source: Wikiart.org

A common thread weaving the tapestries of fairy/folk/ tales is the fairy godmother, spirit guide, guardian angel. Someone who guides, protects, assists the hero of the tale.

Weave a tale of the relationship between the hero and their benevolent guide.

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15 comments on “Tale Weaver 30: once upon a time . . .

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  2. Valida Muse
    September 10, 2015

    I so loved Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales when I was young…and thought maybe they’d come true…

    • phylor
      September 10, 2015

      Fairy tales can still come true. That’s what gives the world a little magic and whims

      • Valida Muse
        September 10, 2015

        Okay, now you have that song going in my head–“Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you–if you’re young at heart”….name the artist??

      • phylor
        September 10, 2015

        Old Blue Eyes, among others.

      • Valida Muse
        September 10, 2015

        Oh that’s right!

      • phylor
        September 10, 2015

        I did cheat a bit — I confirmed my guess first, lol

      • Valida Muse
        September 10, 2015

        You’re hilarious–and so cute!!

  3. phylor
    September 10, 2015

    That’s the wonderousness of HCA. Fairy tales have the possibility of becoming true, of adding back in magic and whimsy

  4. phylor
    September 10, 2015

    I’m ponging, as usual, so, my response is:
    https://phylor.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/naming-day/

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    • phylor
      September 10, 2015

      Fantabulous contribution!

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  8. phylor
    September 15, 2015

    Thanks to all who participated — and should a fairy godmother remind you of her existence, there is no time limit to participating.

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