i’m so fucking happy i was shaking the whole time. this is what happened.
Me: Hi again!
Chris: (giggles) Hi! How are you, honey?
Me: I feel like Alex when she’s like with the queens and the kings and all that. It’s just surreal.
Chris: Oh! (giggles again) Thank you so much!
Me: Can I hold your hand? Because I want to tell you something important.
Chris: Sure! Go ahead.
Me: (I grabbed his hand with both of my hands and look at his eyes) You are NOT an ugly duckling. You are not.
Chris: (Blushes and laughs, cutie pie)
Me: You are a swan, you have been a swan for a LONG time. You are just beautiful.
Chris: (Laughs and blushes even harder) Thank you so much! (At this point like he puts his hand over mine)
Me: I don’t know which mirror you’re looking yourself at.
Chris: I should get a new mirror!
Me: Yeah, the mirror of thruth.
Chris: Oh god! You’re so sweet! Thank you so much, sweetie!
Me: I’m just honest. I love you.
Chris: Thank you so much!
Me: No, thank YOU. I’ll see you later.
And he waves at me and he’s such a cute pie cupcake sunshine rainbow cupcake of my heart.
Just read this adorable review on amazon.com:
“I am 66 years old. I grew up with fairy tales, but admit I don’t recall “lessons” from them, just the delightful stories. I bought this book for my grandkids ages 2 to 9. When I received the book, I read the first chapter, and realized there was something special in my hands. I could not put it down. I was as enthralled as reading Harry Potter for the first time. I am in awe of the young man who wrote this. How wonderful to have such a great imagination and be able to write so cleverly. I doubt the grandkids would get as much from it as I did, so I passed it to my 62 year old sister who understands the same ecitement that I felt. I feel sad for young children who don’t know these wonderful tales anymore, except what is presented in the movie versions. I thank the author so much for a WONDERFUL read. I just can’t say enough in his praise.”