fairy-fountain.net sprang forth in March of 2002. My first domain was the now defunct tuxedomirage.net, hosted through GeoCities, and it was home to my eponymous Sailor Moon fansite that began on Angelfire. Back then, I wanted more from my hosting package, since even by current standards GeoCities was massively limited when it came to space and bandwidth. Overages, overages, everywhere! The person I was seeing at the time gifted me a new registration with a year's hosting, and thus fairy-fountain.net began. As you might suspect, the name was inspired by The Legend of Zelda series. "The Great Fairy's Fountain" is my favorite musical motif from the metaseries.
Over the years, Fairy Fountain has housed many sites, some by me and some by friends and other hobbyists on the lookout for webspace. In addition to my Sailor Moon fansite that was always my pet project, I ran cliques, fanlistings, and online TCGs. Most of that content was permanently lost in 2012, due to a hosting package kerfuffle. After a little downtime and sulking, I migrated the registration to Dreamhost, where we've been ever since. They are a fantastic webhost and I couldn't recommend them highly enough.
As of 2013, Fairy Fountain has somewhat become a "absorbed into" my mousey.org domain umbrella, since I finally decided to snag a domain for my long-time and beloved handle, Mousey. Visit mousey.org for my internet presence hub and social media links, including Tumblr, Twitter, and other locales. It will always be more of a portal than anything else, although I hope to put other highly personal projects there in the future.
A new domain joined the crew in 2015: skyspell.org, based on a team activity from Lady DinoBug's anime character TCG, Charm. Since then, it has mainly been a hosting hub for new folks and those who wanted to migrate from older URLs.
On January 1, 2017, I bought digitaltrip.net because I couldn't resist. Digital Trip is a series of electronic remix albums puot out during the '80s and early '90s in Japan, done exclusively for anime soundtracks. (There are also Jam Trips for jazzy mixes, and Roman Trips for orchestral fare.) It's one of my favorite album series ever! As for content, that's still to be determined.