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Lyrica is a real live mermaid from a secret oceanic world called Eldevieve. She was ensnared in a fisherman's net after her curiosity got the best of her and she swam too close to their dragging net. She became entangled and was drug far, far west from her home before she was finally able to free herself by using a broken piece of coral to cut through the ropes. Lost, afraid and gravely injured, she was spotted one night of a full moon by a handsome young man who showed her with much kindness and nursed her back to health. Through him she learned to trust humans. Of course, the young man fell in love with the beautiful mermaiden, as she grew quite fond of him as well. She agreed to live in the lagoon by the young man's house and visit and sing to him every day. She calls him Lior u'Zephyr meaning "my light of the west wind". Together they travel and teach humans about merfolk and their history. If you've ever wanted to believe in mermaids, now is the time and Lyrica is the reason!

Friday, May 24, 2013

Hosting a Mermaid at Your Event: The Why and How.

Mermaids have long been loved for their mysterious nature, beauty and playfulness. Their curiousity of all things human makes them even more intriguing. Before now, you've only heard of mermaids in folklore and stories from the deep, wishing and hoping that each story told has some tiny follicle of truth to it.

Never before has a real mermaid been so approachable, so real, until now. Lyrica lives in a small lagoon near Lake Texoma with her rescuer and she has come to know and truly love these mysterious human creatures even more now that she has had the opportunity to get to know them and spend time with their little ones. Her favorite things to do are swimming in the lakes and rivers and even in their own pools with them. She is always fascinated to see their faces light up when she proves to them once and for all that mermaids are in fact real and not just a made up story from sailors of old. Although, she will admit, they are rare and live very far away.

If you've ever wanted to meet a mermaid, Lyrica is your opportunity! She is friendly and fun and does everything possible to make your dreams a reality. When you book a party or event with Lyrica, you will not be disappointed. Children and grown-ups alike love and adore her. She will leave you and your guests breathless and talking for ages about "that time we swam with the mermaid".

Children's parties are the most popular events booked. But she also does other events such as weddings, theme parties, fundraisers, charity events and even commercials and photo shoots to really make you and/or your company products stand out above the rest.

Call 580-775-0665 to find out how you can make your event the most memorable of all time and one that will leave people talking about "that party" for ages!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Spring is springing!!

Lyrica is so excited! The weather is getting warmer and she is ready to come visit the humans she loves so much in their ponds, lagoons, lakes, rivers, pools and such! Will you let Lyrica be your guest this season? Book your party/event today! Call 580-775-0665.
Available for worldwide travel.
Pricing available upon request by emailing lyrica_the_mermaid@yahoo.com

Most popular events include, but are not limited to:
Birthday Parties
Theme Parties
Surprise Aquatic Sightings
Open Houses
and much, much more!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

The Legend Lives

Mermaids are real.
The evidence lives in Lyrica.
Most people think sailors mistook manatees for mermaids, but sailors who have been at sea for a long time have seen pretty much everything that is to see out there, and I'm positive they would have known the difference between a wrinkly, gray sea cow and a beautiful fish-tailed woman. Here's a few accounts of purported mermaid sightings all over the world:

The first comes from explorer Henry Hudson, and here's his account in his journal about what his crew supposedly saw:
"This evening (June 15) one of our company, looking overboard, saw a mermaid, and, calling up some of the company to see her, one more of the crew came up, and by that time she was come close to the ship's side, looking earnestly on the men. A little after the sea came and overturned her. From the navel upwards, her back and breasts were like a woman's, as they say that saw her; her body as big as one of us, her skin very white, and long hair hanging down behind, of colour black. In her doing down they saw her tail, which was like the tail of a porpoise, speckled like a mackerel. Their names that saw her were Thomas Hilles and Robert Rayner."

Another sighting hails from the Scottish Highlands, in which a mermaid supposedly washed ashore and died. The townsfolk felt so much pity for the dead creature, they ordered her a coffin and buried her in the nearby cemetery, and to this day she is supposedly still buried there atop a hill. (What do you think is actually buried there? Something that would change everything?)

Also, Captain John Smith (yes, of Pocahontas fame) was exploring the West Indies when he spied a beautiful woman in the water. He instantly felt attracted to her, but then noticed that "from the waist down the woman gave way to the fish...and her long green hair...(was) by no means unattractive."

Even Christopher Columbus, who sailed the ocean blue in 1492 and is credited with discovering America, encountered mermaids and said this about them: "Three sirens...came up very high out of the sea: but they were not as beautiful as they were painted."

But mermaid sightings have continued even into the modern day. In Kiryat Yam, a city in Israel, locals claim there is a mermaid who dives in and out of the water at sunset. The mayor of the town is so adamant that a mermaid lives in their waters that he offered a million dollar prize to anyone who could catch a photo of the elusive creature. A television crew for the show Destination Truth featured an episode where the hunted for the mermaid, and they did catch a humanoid figure on video. Was it a mermaid? The world may never know.

So, after the claims of all these respected men and entire towns of people who insist the mermaid exists, ask yourself: Do you believe in mermaids?

Let Lyrica put your doubts to rest. Contact us today to take part in this mystical legend. Make your party or event the one no one will ever forget!
Southeast Oklahoma/North Texas