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Wearing Glass Slippers

Fairy tales have found a place in nearly every culture. While these timeless tales may differ from culture to culture, all tales share one thing in common: a moral, or a lesson to every story. 429 more words

Faith

Why Does the Slipper Stay?

I did mention in my last post that I’ve been watching a lot (and I do mean a lot) of fairy tales lately, right? 274 more words

Kate G Jameson

Transparency, #WorldWatercolorGroup

Cinderella’s glass slipper is my offering for the challenge of transparency.

This was a great exercise in honing negative painting skills, leaving the whites of the paper, and painting reflections section by section.  8 more words

Watercolor

Books, shells and basking sunlight

I experimented with different natural lighting when taking pictures of my favorite books (I highly recommend reading them.) Anyways, the first set of pictures were taken at 9 in the morning on a bench in front of Maloney Hall. 207 more words

Just Another Lost Slipper #cinderellamythmakers

“A single inch/separates their two bodies/facing one another/in the picture” – Dunya Mikhail, “Tablets”

She was only one of uncountable numbers.  She was the last lost slipper in a sea of slippers, almost too unremarkable to be noticed.  842 more words

Fiction Sketch

Anne J. reblogged this on I think, I say, I do and commented:

And I wake up from my sleep and must catch up with re-blogs of fellow writers'/bloggers' take on the classic tale for our Cinderella Anthology Project.

This is an awesome story from the perspective of the glass slipper. Enjoy reading this wonderful sweet story.

Thank you, Theresa! I do have my other one, I promise :) and it will be done say around Valentine's Day :)

There's this whole month left to come up with your own Cinderella story or poem. To inspire us, Valentine's Day is around the corner. :)

Just Another Lost Slipper #cinderellamythmakers

“A single inch/separates their two bodies/facing one another/in the picture” – Dunya Mikhail, “Tablets”

She was only one of uncountable numbers.  She was the last lost slipper in a sea of slippers, almost too unremarkable to be noticed.  842 more words

Fiction Sketch

"Nostalgia is, 'Hey, remember the other mall that used to be there?'"*...

Built in the early 1970s, a decaying Midwestern relic of throw-away consumer architecture will be torn down and developed into an updated outdoor shopping space. What is lost in the process? 325 more words