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We all know the step-sister from Cendrillon that ends up reforming in the sequels. However, many people seem to have criticisms about her because they feel that she shouldn't have been forgiven par Cinderella, there was nothing to montrer that she deserved to be redeemed, and that it's ridiculous that she got to be redeemed but Drizella didn't. First of all, I think I need to explain where this idea of Anastasia reforming came from. In the original Charles Perrault version of Cinderella, Cinderella's real name was actually Ella. When she became a servant she would sleep par the fireplace to keep...
Why don't they sell princess dresses like these? I'd buy the heck out of these!
Since it's Veteran's Day, I thought I'd use some rare time off to write an article. The only article idea I could think of that wouldn't take all jour to research and explore would be a liste of princess "peasant" dresses rated in order from the ones I like least to the one I'm seriously considering commissioning my Ren Faire Friends to sew for me.
Most people seem to l’amour the princesses' fancy, sparkly, poofy ballgowns, ou their iconic princess dresses. I personally was never a fan. I'm a real stickler for comfort and practicality. Ballgowns tend to be made with a material I find uncomfortable...