Princess Bubble stars a princess who is confused by the traditional fairy tale messages that say she must find her “prince” before she can live “happily ever after.” Princess Bubble dons her “thinking crown” to research traditional fairy tales, interviews married girlfriends, and even takes counsel from her mother, who advises her to sign up at FindYourPrince.com. With a little help from her fairy godmother, Ms. Bubble discovers that “living happily ever after” is not about finding a prince. “True happiness,” the book reveals, “is found by loving God, being kind to others, and being comfortable with who you are already!”
This is also a breast cancer message.
Who does not know someone affected by breast cancer? My mother had six months to live in 1996 and thanks to much prayer, God’s healing touch and wonderful physicians at M.D. Anderson she is healthy today!
We want every woman fighting breast cancer to know they are a special princess and that true happiness and beauty comes from within. Our world tells us our beauty is physical (our breasts, hair etc. ) two things many breast cancer victims lose—but if you have ever seen these women during their fight you have seen their true beauty!
Please join us in this fight. Let’s teach our young princesses beauty can never be claimed by chemotherapy. Beauty and happily ever after come from within! Hopefully, with more research this will be a disease these girls will never have to fight.
Happily Ever After to all women and most of all—ALL breast cancer survivors!