In my own little corner in my own little chair, I can be whatever I want to be…
Cinderella was one of my favorite musicals as a little girl. I can still sing most of the lyrics from it by heart. I’m not sure how old I was, but I finally did figure out that it wasn’t about the delicate glass slippers or the pumpkin or the prince. It was all about the journey…
Be nice to people. ♥ You never know what they may be dealing with ~
Love the carriage shot!
thanx…. downtown San Antonio….they are everywhere!
We have a few here – not so well lit. I’m always in a car when I see them so I rarely get a good shot.
The beauty of downtown S.A. You walk everywhere (when you are not on the trolley).
Glad we are on this journey together!!!!
🙂 my prince ♥
Would love to see you glass slippers. I know you have them tucked away….
Love that last shot, nice set and sentiment. You mean Cinderella wasn’t about finding comfortable shoes?
Great shots, love them all! Really like the old man and the young child one!
Thanks, Diana. That was at the train station in Ft. Worth. Much to be seen when you are waiting for a “connection”. 🙂
Do they know you’re taking their photo? They all look unposed…
I try to be non-challant when I take folks pics. The straight on pics, I will ask and they will pose. These were all just “captured”. (the zoom helps a lot)
I love the Cinderella carriage…
How true! I love the pictures and how thjey convey an exterior which does not always reflect the interior. It reminds me of the statement “where ever I may be, there I am.”
So sorry! I just found you in my “spam”… Appreciate your comment and LOVE this quote! ♥ paula
These are wonderful images! Thank you ~
Hope you have a great Sunday…:)
Paula, that is my favorite version of Cinderella ever. The Disney version never did it for me. When Stuart Damon sang Do I Love You Because You’re Wonderful (with Leslie Ann Warren), I swooned. The entire version is online at YouTube. I could sing all the songs, too. You can’t beat Rodgers and Hammerstein. Thank you for bringing up this wonderful memory.
Your picture of the woman sitting alone kinda got to me. Was she wondering how she was going to pay the bills this month? Was she wishing someone in her family cared enough to get in touch with her? Was she missing someone she used to love? Has life passed her by and she never did have a glass slipper?
It did me too, Delores. She looked sad & lost.
Maddie ~ I replied to you earlier….& somehow it went to Diana! I love this song you’ve mentioned as well….and also love “Impossilbe”! (to which Diana replied, “What song?” lol) Singing as I go….confusing folks along the way, as well!
I knew I liked you! 🙂
🙂 You make me LOL! ♥ psb
That little boy is adorable!
Isn’t he? He & his mom were traveling alone and we watched their luggage so that she could chase him. He slept great on the train!
This is an excellent post, Paula. Best yet! Simply eloquent, and beautifully illustrated.
Thank you, Naomi. You are the perfect encourager. Blessings to you!