Once again, the fairies were not pleased. They had done all the work; they’d baked and mixed and prepared…They’d iced the cupcakes. They’d decorated them with sprinkles and fruits. They’d placed them in glass display cases and the remainder in paper boxes tied securely with string. They’d even cleaned the kitchen when they were done, and made the front of the bakery presentable to the early morning customers that stopped by for pastries and tea. They did all that…and Mr. Fleischer, the bakery owner, had failed yet again to deliver upon their demands. All they asked for was human flesh.