Couple's magic moment
A couple have turned a dream into reality by setting up their own fairyland.
Fairy Queen Tyballa (people's princess), Tivon (lover of nature) have set up their own company to spread the peace and love brought by angels and fairies.
Fairyworld was launched on January 1st, 2007 and will give children and adults a chance to learn about the mythical creatures.
Tyballa, who found escaping into fairyland helped her recover from ME, said; "Fairies are so enchanting and peaceful".
The pair from Norfolk UK aim to teach children to respect the environment, through fairy legends.
Hi, my name is Tivon Elfin. That's me in the picture above with the stick
The 'Fairyworld' was created in January 2007 as a web site to support
The 'Fairyworld News' magazines.
'Queen Tyballa' and I took on the wand from 'The Fairy Ring' which discontinued in May 2007.
Sadly 'Queen Tyballa' and I had to go our separate ways in July 2007.
I continued the magazines for a further three years but after an illness due to a build-up of pressure, decided to discontinue the magazines as from April 2010.
The web site will continue as a online shop for Fairy and Angel gifts.
Fairy wishes, Tivon Elfin
Tivon's Fairy Friend. By BERN
Tivon had a secret, when asked what the secret was, he always smiled nodded his head and said, My little secret is not for anyone's ear so please do not ask me again for I will never tell anyone what my secret is. The school children in Tivon's class told each other that Tivon was not quite right in his head and began to ignore Tivon. Tivon did not seem to mind that hardly anyone spoke to him. No one wanted to come to his birthday parties or come over to his home and perhaps stay the night. Tivon's Teacher had spoken to Tivon's Mum and Dad but Mum and Dad did not appear to be worried in fact they told Tivon's Teacher that Tivon at home was always cheerful, he loved nature and as far as they were concerned everything was in order.
One Saturday Tivon went off as he always did to the woods at the end of his street. Whenever he did not have to do any schoolwork at home he went into the woods. One of Tivon's schoolmates secretly followed Tivon into the woods. The schoolmate was determined to find out what Tivon's secret was. Quietly, hiding behind trees or bushes he followed Tivon. Tivon knew exactly where he was going and soon came to a fresh
Tivon's schoolmate wondered why Tivon sat in the middle of a
The boy read all kinds of facts about Fairies; one should avoid the Fairies. One should never dance with Fairies. He read about carrying a piece of iron and a half a magnet in one's pocket all kinds of things but nothing that could help Tivon. The boy could hardly wait for Monday to come when he could tell all of his friends about Tivon and the Fairies. Perhaps his schoolmates could help him.
Tivon learned many things from his fairy friend. He knew the names of most of the trees and bushes. Wild flowers had no secrets from Tivon and Tivon knew where the best blackberries and wild strawberries were to be found. His Fairy friend showed him all the types of mushrooms that one could eat. Tivon had often eaten Fairy Cakes with his Fairy Friend. Wild honey was no secret for Tivon and he had often played with the fairies fairy games. Fairy Games are much like the games that Human Children play. Hide and seek, conkers and many others.
On the Monday the school children knew all about Tivon's Fairy, not much work was done as all of the children were thinking about Tivon and his Fairy Friend. The elder children said there were no such things as Fairies. Mushrooms and toadstools were products of nature and could appear over night if the weather was right. Warm rainy nights and mushrooms and toadstools will push straight out of the ground. There were no such things as Fairies.
Tivon still sat at his desk and did the work that his teacher gave him and the other children to do. He still smiled and did not worry that all of the children now knew about his friendship with the fairies. Tivon Believed in Fairies and nothing or no one could tell him that there are no such things as Fairies. Tivon is now an elderly man and still goes into the woods, He does not play Fairy Games any more but sits and listens to the things the Fairies tell him about. He knows hundreds of stories that the Fairies have told him over the years. He still has that smile and a twinkle in his eye whenever he tells about his secret. No I am not Tivon. My Fairy Tales are from my imagination; I have believed in Fairies from the age of five and can picture all of the little stories of the Fairies and the wild animals in the woods and forests of this world.