We wear ballgowns
We live off of fruit and greens from the garden, freshly baked bread kneaded with love and care.
We are friend of everything in the forest, life is good and we’re wearing ballgowns.
I come downstairs wearing a Beautiful gown, We host Big parties like in the old times. No grinding just beautiful dancing, live music, everyone in suits and gowns.
We are kind and loved, and yet mysterious.
People seek for us for guidance and love for they know no judgement lies with us, everyone feels safe and we host tea parties for our friends. Served with homemade cakes and pastries with berries from the garden. There’s flowers and plants all over the house, ivy snuggling the outside of the castle.
When the sunlight hits the chandelier a splatter of rainbows paints the room. When people needs a place to stay, to recharge they come to us and we offer them a room. When they wander around our castle it is completely silent, except for the occasional sound of paws clicking against the floor. We care for them and make sure they heal, and when they leave it’s with renewed energy. People call us both witches or fairies, but none the less ethereal. If you want we’ll take you to the pond in the garden where you can sit for hours without realizing time passed you by to the sound of the water slowly running along.
Time goes by endlessly in the castle, time doesn’t exist. The stress and nagging of the outer world system doesn’t apply In the castle.
On cold days in the castle, everyone present will pick a handmade blanket to sweep themselves in, tea of every kind is serves as you please, hot cocoa in winter and coffee for the ones who need it.
Sometimes music can faintly be heard from the one crook in the garden where I play the old and hand painted piano or any of our other instruments.
The coutesy of the house is to greet the plants if they wave to you, greet the animals and treat them as equal.
If any of us offers you a bracelet, a painting, or a song you take it, for it is said that these things will protect your soul against any harm. You don’t ask for any of these, but should you be lucky enough to leave with any it is considered a great honor.
We house any man or woman, or other if needed. If you offend any of us, or any of our guests with the intend to harm you will no longer be welcome in this home. Only a genuine apology will be accepted, and so will you be forgiven.
But no anger resides in this home, it is only calmness and kindness. Many have approached and tried to figure us out, but always left with a feeling of contentment. Our mysteries are now appreciated and few try to solve them.
Everyone knows not to disturb the peace this house harbors, and simply appreciate it. We’re the unknown in the forest, but we are not scary, we are a safe haven for the ones that should need it.