Dear Justin, the character who I kept trying to kill. Maybe that’s because he touched my heart too much. He helped me understand my blisshum . . .
“I’m sorry it isn’t the blisshum you were looking for,” said Justin.
“Maybe it’s not about what a blisshum looks like, exactly. Maybe it’s about the feeling that it gives you, the feeling that comes when everything else goes away and you’re finally at peace.”
One question remains: Do I want to change back into Funky Pearl or do I want to remain Funky Fae?
“Are you sure you want to grow up?” I can hear Godfrey asking me.
I always thought I’d say, “Yes!” Then why am I hesitating?
“We had so many dreams as children. Where do they go when we grow up? Are they swallowed up by the mundane things of everyday life? Or do we lose them, leave them behind us in the dust, for new children to find and take up?” – Helen Hollick
I’ve made my choice! Her name is Funky Pearl. Her best friend is Izabel, a muse who can fly. They’ll have so many adventures and meet so many characters along the way, and her life will be truly blessed.
Thank you for giving me the choice . . .