the last of 7 children. Daughter of Snow White.
She married Eric Prince…
and conceived 3 children:
Her oldest, Cindy.
Her second, Erin.
Her last, Aden.
She chose and took care of her successor:
Cinderella did all the cooking…
while trying to plan Pocahontas’s future…
and rejecting her boyfriend.
Even though this caused a rift between her and Pocahontas…
Cinderella learned to accept Pocahontas’s ways and allow her to take full responsibility of the family.
Despite Cinderella’s determination and failure to control Pocahontas’s life, she still had time for her children.
Whether it was lecturing Aden about his bad grades…
and listening to his gross jokes…
celebrating Erin’s birthday transition to young adult…
and telling her stories about the old days…
enjoying time with Cindy outside…
and getting comfort in her advice, she always made time for them.
Cinderella knows she made some mistakes, but she tried to make up for them.
She gave Andy a chance and got to know him…
and apologized to Pocahontas. She became very grateful for her.
In the end, Cinderella did what she had to do to secure her family’s well being. She will always be remembered and have a place in their hearts. XOXO.
Pocahontas stands with her child that will be the heir of the next generation, Tiana. They stand in front of a beautiful picture of Cinderella.
“Mommy, why do you always get sad when you look at the picture of this lady? Who was she?” the child asks with curious eyes.
“She is your other grandmother dear, my mother.” Pocahontas replies.
“My grandmother?” Tiana stands shocked. “What was she like?”
“She was the most amazing cook ever lived. Her food made magic happen in this world.” Pocahontas tells.
“Magic?” Tiana asks with wide eyes. “Food can make magic?”
“Yes.” Pocahontas says. “The magic power to make a sad soul, happy.”
“Hmmm…?” Tiana ponders this hard. If food has the power to make someone happy, then I will definitely be as good a cook as my grandmother to make my mommy happy.
“Would you like to know more about your grandmother?” Pocahontas asks. “She sacrificed a lot for all of us.”
“Hmmm… No. I want to go play now.” Tiana says as she starts running down the hall. “Bye, Mommy.” Now to learn how to cook. I want to make mommy happy.
Pocahontas looks back at the picture. Another time then. I should probably tell her when she’s a teenager. Thank you so much Cinderella.
Cinderella’s story lives on.
*End of Epilogue.