Fairy tales

Fairy tales

Did you grow up worshipping Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, and Mulan. I did, I was that little girl glued to the wonderful trip of elegance and romance yes that magical destination of disney. There I sat mesmerized, full of excitement, ponytails and silk ribbons waving my moms paddle brush wand yelling orders for biscuits and tea. I imagined a stately manor surrounded by roses without thorns that lived in the shadows of mist. I believed in the white stallion horse with a braided mane and the various story-lines of rescue shared among them.
Dreams are sources of inspiration they shoulder our hopes for a brighter tomorrow. As we mature those dreams change but the desire for finding a loving soulmate is with us at every turn. That’s a girl reality if your single, separated or facing divorce its a dream that never ends and a dream we should never give up on.
What would a girl do without them. The subject of love and fairytales was broached the other day at a luncheon I didn’t know quite what to say while searching for the truth of romance. I am forever hopeful that every single woman will find her perfect fit.
I No longer qualify man to princes or kings but to a mental image of a humble secure man that encourages, strengthen and adores his lady.

Here’s my question ladies at what age do we pack the fairy tales away and wish for the best or do we still believe that princes do come true. Guy’s, I’m not leaving you out we need your ideas too. Message me at organization.taylormcghee

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