Sloan, a red-haired Brownie man sitting on the deck railing, points out, “It is easier to see everything as enchanted under the Autumn light. That is because the Autumn light pulls back the curtain on the mundane things of your world. You then see everything for what it truly is . . . enchanted. You see, we faerie folk know nothing in Creation is truly mundane. That is an illusion suffered by humans. It is as if you are all under a sleeping curse from which you need to be awakened. So wake up, the lot of you!”
Clapping his hands, he vanishes into the fading Autumn light.