I hereby petition the universe for help for grown ups. How about:
- A Dishes Fairy - she (or he, I don't care what gender) visits kitchens of good little moms and dads while their sleeping and cleans all the dishes with a wave of his/her wand
- A Taxes Fairy
- A Whining Elf - if the kids whine then their mouth gets magically glued shut for at least 10 minutes
- A Bathroom-Cleaning Fairy
- A Jolly old elf with reindeer who will do my grocery shopping--and ad match!
- A Homework Fairy - must be impervious to whining
- A Car Washing Bunny
- A Lego-Scooping Pixie - who will find all those nearly invisible ones that I don't see until I step on them in bare feet in the dark
- A Weeding Elf
- A Laundry Folding Fairy
- A Diaper Changing Fairy
- A Hunt Down My Kids Wherever They Are in the Neighborhood Bunny
Everyone in New Avalon has a fairy. Though invisible, a personal fairy is vital to success. It might determine whether you pass a math class or find the perfect outfit. But all fourteen-year-old Charlie can do is find parking spaces—and she doesn’t even drive. At first, teaming up with Fiorenza (who has an all-the-boys-like-you fairy) seems like a great idea. But when Charlie unexpectedly gets her heart’s desire, she’ll have to resort to extraordinary measures to ditch her fairy.
Just reading about it on Justine's site made me want to read it. And Justine's thought of some great fairies, like The Bladder Fairy (You never need to go in the middle of a movie and when you do need to go there’s always a bathroom around) and The Clean-clothes Fairy (No one will ever spill spaghetti on your white sweater again. Boring but useful), The Knowing-what-your-children-are-up-to Fairy (which I need), and The Good Story Fairy (Even when bad things happen to you this fairy turns them into an excellent story).
I've shared a few of the Fairies I'd like to have. What Fairies would you want?