Tuesday, September 22, 2009

New Wings for School

As a child I remember Mother Good Nectar. She was a real looker. I take after her.
She would always make me and my sister Purnetta the Strange, lovely wings
for fairy school each year. Now that I'm all grown up, I still like to
sport a new pair of wing this time of year!!! I also love the humans, Parda,
shoes and designer clothing. One must look spiffy for the school year.
Oh I 've put on a little weight since the high wire. To many nectar cakes
and honeyjoop, joop tea he he he!


Loredan Avery said...

My Good Lady Nectar-

You have never looked more fantabulous! I love your red eyeglasses, sparkly necklace, and very lovely delicate frosty new wings.

This is an awesome illustration. Okay, one question, what oh what is joop joop tea?

hee hee, Scribbles

Shell said...

Who can resist Nectar cakes and honey joop tea. I know i can't. I want to look as fly as you with wings!

Cheryl Lynn said...

Oh, Lady Good Nectar! You look fabulously fashionable in your wings. Very becoming I may say, you are indeed a looker like your momma.

Have a wonderful day, I'll soon be joining you in childhood memories of my first day returning to school.

Tah Tah!

Delores Duckington-Merifeather

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

It's comes from the bongala brush here in Wibbly Wobbly Woods. They only come out at night. You can smell their sweet aroma wafting through the autumn air. They turn the brightest shade of pink when they are ready to be picked. The trick is only to pick the ones that say, "Joop, Joop" IF they are not talking then they're not ready. It makes the most magically delicious tea. You must stop by the cottage for some and crumpets.
Lady Good Nectar

Loredan Avery said...

Dear Lady Good Nectar-

The first day of school was lots and lots of fun. We learned all about the beginnings, middles and giggles about being Wibbly. Then I learned to weave garlands from the daisies, the trick is you have to tickle them first, then they forget they're being picked, and are still laughing as you gather them. I made you one. Mrs. Honeypuckle said she's never seen anything like it.
I'll bring it to you this weekend and we can have joop joop tea.

Lisa M Griffin said...

ummmm honey nectar cakes. =) Seriously, though I am having some serious leg envy from this illo, need to go hit my elliptical!
Thanks for sharing.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Oh Scribbles I'm so excited about you coming visit!!! I can't wait to see and wear the daisy necklace you made. It will go very well with my gladiola tea hat. What kind of tea treat would you like??? Jellybean sandwiches??? I would need to know because Edwin, my butler Octopus will have his handful with lots of stuff to do this week he he he!