Once upon a time there was a beautiful and blissful princess named PRINCESS BUBBLE.
Princess Bubble graduated from the Royal University. She wanted to meet new people and learn about their cultures and differences.
Princess Bubble decided to buy a palace of her own and she decorated it with all princess decorations. Throughout the land the other princesses gathered at her home for all kinds of royal celebrations.
Several of Princess Bubble's friends, Princess Twinkle, Princess Sparkle, Princess Glitter, told Princess Bubble they had found their princes!
These friends were soon to be married with fancy royal weddings.
Princess Bubble hosted parties at her palace honoring the new brides. She bought lavish gifts for the princesses who were soon to wed and begin their "happily ever after."
Married princesses frequently asked Princess Bubble "why hasn't a beautiful princess like you found a prince?" She was traveling, making friends and helping others, but this princess was prince - less.
Suddenly, the queen called Princess Bubble in the big castle on the hill and said, "Princess Bubble, it is now time for you to find a prince!"
Princess Bubble decided that maybe the queen was right.
So she set out to find her prince!
She took the advice of her mom and joined FindYourPrince. All the princeless princesses had long talks about where their princes could be.
But the most confusing part was...
She was already happy!
The Fairy Godmother told Princess Bubble "Living happily ever after is not about finding a prince.
True happiness is found by loving God, being kind to others, and being comfortable with who you are already!
Happy princesses are people who enjoy others and like themselves.
Happy people give of their time to help others."
Princess Bubble loved her life, her family, and her friends.
Princess Bubble thought about she had learned and looked forward to the many adventures ahead of her.
This is the fairy tale I wish someone had read to me as a child.
The original fairy tales (not the Disney versions) show good winning out in the end and evil being repaid.
The family unit has spiraled downward with the notion that a earthly prince can make all our dreams come true. We need to teach our children the sorce of truth and true happiness.