This post was inspired by today’s Tiny Spark, written by Amber over at Tori’s blog.
To Whom it May Concern:
I have been waiting a long time for an appearance from my Fairy Godmother, or for a man with a long beard to appear with my invitation to join a school of wizardry. I’ve made hundreds, if not thousands, of wishes upon stars, and clapped until my hands hurt to prove my belief in fairies. I’ve looked for the pot of gold at the end of every rainbow, and I still open every new closet or wardrobe door with the hope that this time I could walk through to another world. I’ve started building fairy houses on the back hill, hoping to at least hear the tinkle of laughter and music from an all night gathering.
I’ve believed in magic with all my might.
But still, you tease me and refuse to give me my hearts desire. Every time I ask for a little magical assist, or an answer to come in my dreams, you make me find alternative solutions instead.
Enough is enough. I hereby turn in my resignation and will no longer believe in the magic of others.
I plan to create my own magic instead.
Lisa Kramer, Word-magic Weaver and Prince(ss) Charming