Drop, Drop, Drop! The Tiny Paranormal-Scope

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This day will be brisk with raindrops. Remember to put out a spare cup of tea out for the little folk. They’re cold, too.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Leprechauns enjoy an almond or lemon cookie or two with their tea. Good fortune smiles on those that are considerate of others.

Sprites sigh with each flame of warmth is extinguished. They prefer a spot of milk in their tea. You are dreams of bright flowers and cheery parties in the spring.

The Dormouse is shivering under a leaf. A bit of cheese, please, along with a cuppa. Always look down as you walk along. You may be surprised.

Were-butterflies don’t fly when it’s wet. Instead they rest a bit under the leaves. Time to get in a wee nap.

Pixies hide under flowers if you can. If you happen to buy a bouquet on the way home, be sure to set out another cup of tea in case you invited a pixie home. They are kind to the generous.

Nessie comes to the surface. A good rain is like a massage. If you’ve been feeling down as of late, get a message to work the kinks out.

A mermaid dances on the waves. Enjoy the rain and dance in it. If in poor health, dance inside and eat comfort food.

Were-puppies try to use flowers and leaves as umbrellas, but always end up shaking off the cold. Dress for the weather, eat healthy, and get enough sleep.

The NiNi are the tiniest of the magical folk. A raindrop could sweep them away. If they catch onto a shoelace as you walk by, it’s good fortune for them and you. They always leave a gift behind for the one that saves them.

Were-bunnies are re-coloring their eggs as a small inquisitive girl found their stash for the holiday. Cheerfully they are rebuilding again. Children will be children after all.

Were-red squirrels are working at top speed, running between the drops, and gathering good things to eat. Gather good food and friends for a special event.

Were-owls are huddled together in their hole in the tree eaching the raindrops fly by. Find your own special place and huddle. May there be tea and scrumptious cookies for you.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
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