Frolicking Fae

By Terri Clement

While the rest of the country has had a terribly cold and white winter, we were very mild here in the Pacific Northwest, with a moderate amount of rain. The last couple of days have been bright and sunny here and I am delighted, though Walter, our weather man is predicting more rain beginning tomorrow afternoon. My pruning has been completed and my hyacinths and daffodils are poking out of the soil. I spied a small purple pansy as I walked through the yard this afternoon. Oh, how I love signs of spring!

Let’s see what the Fae have to say for the upcoming weeks…


The beginning of the month is a time for play. Put away your troubles, for a time, and get out and do something enjoyable.  

Do what you need to do, to get things done, but take lots of time out to be carefree and enjoy life. Things do not have to be so serious all of the time. Make a list of things that you would like to do, then start making the time to do them. Keep in mind that if something is too pricey to do, then find a smaller more cost efficient way to have the same sort of experience.  

Think about the things that you used to do, that brought you joy. Why did you stop doing them?  Is it time to bring them back to the foreground? Maybe you should give those things a try again, see if they still make your heart sing. If they do, you might want to put them back into your routine.

The point here is to let go and have fun! Life does not need to be serious all of the time!


Around the middle of the month, you may find yourself in a situation where you are having to take care of someone or something. This may require you to put on the hat of the nurturer. This may be a four-legged furry friend that needs some special attention. Unfortunately, during this period you may need to put your own needs and cares on the back burner, while you help someone else out.

This could also be a good time-frame to put the finishing touches on some unfinished projects. Take your time, give your best effort, and apply a little extra polish. It will be worth it in the long run.

Spring Equinox is an excellent occasion to leave out a sweet treat for our Fae friends! If you are going to leave something outside, please don’t leave chocolate, which can be toxic for birds and dogs. The Fae do love sweet bread, cookies, almost any kind of treat.  Some people like to leave booze, I choose not to. Personally, I would rather not have drunk Faeries flittering about. They can create enough trouble all on their own!  

During the last part of the month, it will be beneficial to focus on your closest relationships. Are they in a good space or do you need to do a little work and make them better? Maybe it’s time to go on a date or meet your best-friend for lunch…  Go the extra mile for those closest to you and don’t allow your relationships to become boring.   

A nice stone to carry this month is the Rose Quartz.  

The Rose Quartz is the stone of unconditional love! It is the perfect emotional balancer.  It is subtle and sensitive. This stone can help improve self-worth and self-love. It can also help with the love of nature, romantic love, grief, compassion, joy and, inner child rescue.

The Rose Quartz is said to smooth skin issues, sooth burns and blistering. It is also said to strengthen the physical heart, alleviate vertigo and heal chest, lung, kidney and adrenal problems.

To bring love into your life, place Rose Quartz in the relationship corner of your home (the furthest right hand corner as you walk in the front door).

*Stone healing properties are not intended to replace the advice of your doctor.

As always, I hope you find that this message from the Fae helps guide you through the ups and downs of this month!! Remember to say a special little thank you to our Fae Friends for the guidance, insight and entertainment!

See you again, next month and keep the faith!

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