The Green Fairy Princess


It is late in the evening and I ping my daughter. She usually takes time to respond, and I get back to my work. My daughter calls back in just a few seconds. And as we start chatting, she tells me that her cousins are calling her and that she would add me to that call too!

And very soon it becomes an aunts and nieces call, with family members from different times zones catching up on a lazy weekend evening. As with all family calls, there is light-hearted bantering and the exchange of silly family jokes.

While we are thus productively engaged, my younger sister signals us to keep quiet. As we wonder why, she switches her camera to the other side.

All our faces break out into delighted smiles, as my sister’s camera follows my little niece, who is walking purposefully towards the sofa, bedecked in a pair of green fairy wings and a green tiara.

She is totally oblivious to all of us, as she walks over to the sofa and settles down to be a fairy princess with the many other princesses on her favourite TV show. We continue watching her, while slowly getting back to our conversation.

She is our own little green fairy princess, with her new wings that are ready to take her to magical lands, where everything is possible and where dreams come true! Love you little fairy princess.

2 thoughts on “The Green Fairy Princess”

  1. How sweet. It’s great they have so many of these costumes for children now. What app or program do you use for your calls? I’ve only used skype. How wonderful that you all stay in touch and have such light hearted sharings.

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    1. Thank you Katelon. Hope you are well 💕💕

      Yes, kids these days are spoilt for choice. We use Zoom or skype mostly.

      During these difficult pandemic times, technology is proving to be a boon especially when we haven’t met our family members for more than two and a half years 😀😀

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