So that you can stop asking me what fae actually means and why I named this site fae mom or faemom.
And you know what? It’s actually in the dictionary as:
Oh, that’s awesome. That’s not what I thought fae meant. My non-reading brother actually got me on this. So now I’m determined to find a real definition of fae.
But just so we’re all clear on what I thought was the definition. I believed that fae was a more classic term for faery, and that it also meant the strange, the weird. Since I am a little strange and weird and I am also a mom, I figured my site would be Fae Mom or faemom.
But let me let you in on a characteristic quirk of mine. I hate not knowing something. I can handle secrets, but I can’t handle not understanding information. If I don’t know a word, I’ll go look it up. If I don’t know who that person is, I’ll ask. Hell, my roommate’s favorite game was “ask roommie what happened in this certain year.” As I once was a history buff, I would think, not remember, and go online to find out. She had a sick twisted humor.
So NOW I plan to find out the true definition of fae.
Stupid, smart ass little brother.