As this week’s challenge wants us to move outside our thinking boxes, I have thought of mixing up things I haven’t done before. My entry is a short story, a bit of fiction and true to life experience, a funny and childish way of storytelling and sketches rather than photos. I know that I am not a very good artist, ha ha but I liked the drawings. I thought that I would like to go back to pre school and draw some more of this. 🙂
For the reader: while reading this, please imagine that the story was being narrated by Gru ( from Despicable Me) with his accent (I think it is Spanish), like when he was narrating the story of the 3 Little Kittens. 🙂
So the story goes like this:
The Story of the Isolated Girl
Once upon a time in a land far far away, there was an isolated girl named Tanya. She was a very brilliant and talented girl but she was so different from all the other girls from the neighborhood that’s why she was always left behind.
While all the other girls were pretty in pink, Tanya was always in shirts and in jeans.
All the other girls go mad on their shopping sprees, cocktails and parties;
she would just sit in the park and strum her guitar or sit in a coffee shop and read and write.
None of the girls wanted to be her friend, and so sometimes she cries out of loneliness.
One starry starry night, she was humming her melody while looking at the stars from her window.
The music that she made was so beautiful yet so lonely that’s why it reached the Fairy Rock Land. Out of curiousity, one of the Fairy Rock Land entities rushed out to planet Earth to meet this girl who creates lovely music. A Fairy Rock Mother appeared before Tanya and told her to make a wish and she will grant it. Tanya immediately said
“I only have one wish, to reach out to people through the music that I make. “
And so the Fairy Rock Mother waved her wand and suddenly disappeared.
On a blink of an eye, Tanya found herself singing on a stage in front of a huge crowd, singing and playing her guitar.
She saw all the other girls in the neighborhood singing her songs waving at her, taking a photo of her and taking video of her performance.
And from then on, Tanya lived playing her music happily ever after.