As a consultant I try to prevent mass amounts of saliva from smearing the surface of my dressing room mirrors by allowing the youngsters to try on “princess dresses.” Well, this is great fun for a few minutes but soon the novelty wears off and now you are not only chasing a toddler around the store but you are chasing a toddler who is wearing a $200 dress. It is at this point that most parents come out of trance and remember that they gave birth to this charming gift from above and contain their child. The second most difficult customers to please are the bridesmaids. I thought the life of a bridesmaid was pretty simple, buy the dress the bride picks, throw a wedding shower, and show up on the wedding day, but I was mistaken. My time working at the bridal store has sh... ... middle of paper ... ...n do all three of those things you will have a happy bride.
If you are nice to everyone despite their rudeness and hate you will be rewarded in the end. Since Cinderella was so nice to her step sisters throughout her whole life, when she wanted to go to the ball her fairy godmother granted her wish. Cinderella got to go to the ball and looked absolutely beautiful, beautiful enough to catch the attention of the prince. While at the ball she was still very nice to her stepsisters, giving them food and telling them how nice they looked. When the stepsisters got home from the ball that night, they explain how lovely the mysterious princess was and how they thought she was so beautiful, not knowing that the mysterious princess was Cinderella.
In her mother’s final moments, she said to her “My love, work hard, keep your chin up, and make me proud, as I watch over you from above.” Afterwards, Cinderella was put into foster care, and found a home with a shrewd woman. Cinderella’s new foster mother had two daughters of her own, beautiful in their own right, but spoiled rotten and hopelessly vain. The family treated Cinderella poorly, clothing her in rags, forcing her to do all the chores, and always talking down to her. However, Cinderella remembered her mother’s words and remained resolved to finish high school, despite her living conditions. .
Daily life was much the same she waited on Heather and Kim, her stepsisters, and satisfied her stepmothers every whim. Mundane and downright boring, Cinderella had amazingly evolved into a beautiful and charming young woman. Being as meek as a mouse and having a voice as sweet as honey Cinderella was loved by everyone she encountered except her own family, who is envy, leaked from their pores. One dazzling spring morning, Cinderella awoke to a great commotion. ?The prince is having a ball, the prince is having a ball,?
In Ever After, Danielle was persuaded by all of her friends to go to the ball, against her stepmother’s wishes, in order to tell the Prince that she is really a peasant girl. She was only pretending to be a countess to save a friend’s life. Danielle’s friend, Leonardo DaVinci, finally said to her, “If you don’t go, the Baroness wins,” (Tennant). This changed Danielle’s attitude because she was not about to let her stepmother win. In Cinderella, Cinderella just wanted to go to the ball because she had always dreamed of it.
Although her siblings could occasionally be mean to her, her parents thought the world of her and always defended June. As June got older it became apparent that she was an excellent seamstress. She made the finest clothes with frills and lace, much nicer than anyone else in her family could make. At the many events her family was invited to she would war her favourite dresses. She made others for the females in the family too.
Others cry because they feel relief in their lives. Individuals cry just because their emotions win their body. Crying is just a way to express emotions. Crying is a word that is defined as the outcome of pain or sadness. It must change as an outcome of an emotion whether it is good or
Serendipity could be verified another time. For she was awestruck with this first female family member to not be a distant recollection, with whom attempts at remembrance were a minor struggle at best. Instead every interaction was a canvas for Grandmother to impress with either her verbose prose or uncanny ways of turning life into art through just the way she behaved - the stage provided by her granddaughter’s adoring gaze. Little things like the ridiculous flourishes she used to manically stack tomes onto her ever expanding bookshelf. She frequently roped them b... ... middle of paper ... ...his wife was alive.
Ten pouffy pastel dresses line center stage making ... ... middle of paper ... ...tead I took a breath, slapped a smile on my face and went to be with all the people who had gathered for the event. Being denied the crown wasn't the best feeling in the world, but it made me realize how many true blessings I already had right in front of me. Those blessings were my family and friends. After the pageant I had a slew of support from all of them. Wether it be a hug and a joke the day after the pageant to keep me from tearing up, or a you did a great job.
When called upon to arrange the hair of her unkind step-sisters for the ball, we are told that "anyone but Cinderella would have dressed their hair awry, but she was good-natured, and arranged it perfectly well" (Classics, 18). After arriving at the ball with the help of a fairy godmother, and winning the affection of the desirable prince, Cinderella "sat down with her sisters showing them a thousand civilities"(Classics, 20). Her rare goodness ... ... middle of paper ... ...igeons pluck out her step-sisters' eyes to repay them for all the evil they brought upon her. Although the heroines in "Aschenputtle" and "Cinderella" both manage to attend the ball and marry the prince despite mistreatment and unreasonable demands, the two versions of the popular fairy tale leave the reader with contrasting feelings. These contrasts can be understood when considering the writers' audiences.