Princess Bubble learns "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!"
Ready for Adventure . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p.3
Princess Bubble graduated from the Royal University. She then took a job for the Royal Heir Line. Ready for adventure, the princess wanted to travel to other kingdoms and lands. She wanted to meet new people and learn about their cultures and differences.
A Palace of Her Own . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p.5
Princess Bubble decided to buy a palace of her own, and she decorated it with all princess decorations. Other princesses loved to come to her palace for dinners and movies! Throughout the land, the other princesses gathered at her home for all kinds of royal celebrations.
Bridesmaids' Dresses . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p. 6-7
Several of Princess Bubble's friends, Princess Twinkle, Princess Sparkle and Princess Glitter, told Princess Bubble they had found their princes! These friends were soon to be married with fancy, royal weddings.
Princess Bubble, Princess Swan and many other princesses were asked to be bridesmaids in their royal weddings. They purchased long, colorful bridesmaids' dresses and dyed satin shoes that they were told they would wear again.
Being Happy . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p. 11
Married princesses frequently asked Princess Bubble, "Why hasn't a beautiful princess like you found a prince?" Princess Bubble did not know what to say. She was happy! She was traveling, making friends and helping others, but this princess was prince-less.
A Mother's Wish . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p. 13
Suddenly, the queen called Princess Bubble to the big castle on the hill and said, "Princess Bubble, it is now time for you to find a prince!" The queen named many different princes from other kingdoms; princes from good families, like the Charming family, who had a young prince and the Right family who had a young Mr. Any of them would make fine husbands.
Many Princes . . .
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p. 15
Princess Bubble decided that maybe the queen was right. After all, that was how every fairy tale ended. So she set out to find her prince! She went to dinners, movies, parties, and football games with many different princes and thoroughly enjoyed them all!
Excerpt from Princess Bubble, p. 17
She took the advice of her mom and joined www.FindYourPrince.com. With her mind in a fog, she even kissed a frog! All the princeless princesses had long talks about where their princes could be. But, Bubble did not believe just any prince would bring her "happily ever after." Yet the fairy tales said she must find HER prince!
These questions are for older readers
We believe the message of Princess Bubble is true.
But we also know that sometimes and/or some people have phases of frustration that "Happily Ever After" does not work out the traditional fairy tale way in everyone's life. How do you feel?
If you want to believe the old fairy tales...
Do you deep down know that true "Happily Ever After" must come from within or do you feel another person can give you complete happiness?
Do you have to be a victim to be a princess?
Every other fairy tale princess is a victim of some sort.
Do you feel like a victim?
Are you waiting to be rescued?
Do you have to be rescued to have the fairy tale?
What makes you truly happy?
Retail therapy makes everyone happy for an instant.
But what makes you happy long after?
What makes you smile with the memory?
Time with family and friends?
Being yourself and feeling accepted?......
This project (writing, publishing , and promoting Princess Bubble) has brought us so much joy because we have gotten to share what we think is a VERY important message with girls of all ages! We long deeply for each of you to have "Happily Ever After" and to share the message of true happiness with others.
No frog required.