Jenny loathes all sport bar tennis and swimming. Eileen, while she doesn’t watch or take part, feels sport is a good thing as it keeps humanity out of mischief. Well she did hold that view until she discovered what football hooligans were. Jenny had to stop her mother turning them all into toads. Humanity may never know how wrong Jenny was here! There are some sports played and watched in the magical world but not with the enthusiasm shown by humans.
Jenny is a Christian (her mother’s tale gives her real dilemmas here too. What is Jenny supposed to do with her unexpected powers?) so believes in the Christian view of paradise. Eileen is broadly sympathetic (though wonders whether it’s different for awkward fairy godmothers. She takes some solace from the thought God looks on the heart - even when fighting dragons Eileen has, in her way, always meant well). Eileen hopes to go to heaven eventually but is in no hurry to depart this life.
Something Eileen knows she lacks and her cousin does have. Though Eileen also believes the Queen uses this asset too much to get her own way. There is more than a hint of jealousy here. Eileen has, again in an act of rebellion, decided to base her main traits on what you see is what you get. She has a lot of sympathy with Cromwell’s idea of a warts and all portrait.
Any form of creativity that brightens the world, whatever world you’re on. The realm recognizes those art forms that focus on the more negative aspects of life. The realm’s view here is that those art forms bring the positive into focus. The realm can see the point of The Scream but see the point of The Haywain much more.
Something incomprehensible to most magical beings here. They prefer dealing in facts. Their fairy stories are accurate records. They don’t understand why humans want to make things up for fun. There is a significant part of the Kingdom population who see this as deceitful.
The Kingdom is wary of these too. PCs make it too easy to pry into others’ lives and Eileen feels humans pour their affection into their machines rather than their fellow humans. The Kingdom is usually wary of any human invention until they realise it could be useful and they adapt it as their own. The realm sees this as creative copying!
A wonderful thing regardless of world or species. One of the few things the Queen, Eileen, Jenny and even the Witch agree on though Eileen and Jenny’s musical tastes do differ. Jenny made sure of that. She doesn’t want too many comparisons to her mother.
Eileen admires this as an art form and Jenny happily snaps away with her digital camera, having a real love for the Scottish landscape when she, Paul and Eddie holiday there. Eileen does visit photography exhibitions every now and then. The Fairy Queen does not approve. She finds it hard to believe humans have come up with a wonderful invention like this all by themselves and believes there is magic behind it somewhere.