eons ago, i was tagged by lenore to complete the secret fairy wishes challenge. this would be my first time to do these but i found that it was fun.
here are the rules for those that also want to participate; make a bunch of secret fairy wishes, hopes, desires, or bits of advice and scatter them somewhere magical...take lots of pictures and/or video and post it to your blog, telling us all about your fun. tag at LEAST 3 other bloggers. go to secretfairywishes.blogspot.com and comment to tell us you did it! **note: you don't have to be tagged to participate, but you do have to tag others if you participate and you must participate if you're tagged!

mind you, i won't be revealing the secret wishes that i had written down. when i was younger, someone told me that wishes mustn't be shared so frivolously. once spoken, they told me, their meaning becomes lost in a sea of frittered hopes. except in a different language, so it made much more sense.
i think they had meant for me to actually accomplish goals instead of just daydreaming & talking about them. or something like that. whatever.

except for the thing i didn't say when i had the chance:
i had originally wanted to scatter them here; but then i felt a tinge of guilt for littering.

so i did what i sometimes do. i made my way to the library & left a souvenir within each of my favourite books. a little piece of paper, within the pages of another story.

as for leaving them somewhere magical, i think the library would suffice. as a kid, i think i'd wanted to live in the library. i think i used to dwell between the medical journals & the Arts section most often. so much for the dewey decimal system; maybe it foretold the dilemma i have now. oh, the irony.
the one that i used to visit as a child was such a grand building, with shelves that stretched upwards, all the way to the high ceilings. quel magnifique.

*note: that isn't the library i used to visit.

as for whom i will tag, i can't think of anyone at the moment, so i will just leave it open to anyone who would like to partake in it.

1 comment:

  1. i used to believe that wishes shld be kept secret too, otherwise they wld become jinxed. love your japanese stationery and the second photo ALOT:)