Magical Monday: Merfairy

Posted on July 2nd, 2012 in Stories

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“Am I a mermaid or a fairy?”

Her mother lowered her sunglasses and smiled.  ”You’re whatever you want to be, honey.”

Blue eyes scowled behind pink goggles.  ”Mom.   This is important.”

“What’s important is how much detangler it’s going to take to make you look human,” her mother replied, reaching forward to muss the mass of white plastered to her daughter’s pale skin.  Even under the sweltering sun, her daughter remained the color of china all year long.  Thanks to SPF 85, of course.

MOM!”

“Ok, ok.”  Her mother sighed.  ”A mermaid.”

The little girl pouted, curling her arms around her pink noodle as she bobbed in the water.  ”Oh.”

“Ok, then a fairy.”

“You can’t be both,” her daughter sighed.  ”And you already said I was a mermaid.”

“Why not be both?”  Her mother glanced at her book, the chapter calling her fingers closer and closer.  ”A merfairy.”

“A merfairy?”  Light sparkled in identical pools of baby blue.  ”Like a sea fairy princess?”

“Exactly.”  Her mother had already cracked the book open.  ”Go play, honey.”

But the merfairy never heard her.  For the glittery fins slipped under the turquoise surface, gliding silently as she dove into a world where seahorses and unicorns danced with dolphins and dragons.

Because as a merfairy, she had the best of both worlds.

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16 Responses to “Magical Monday: Merfairy”

  1. Tara @ secretsofamomaholic.com Says:

    This was a great one! I can’t wait to read more of it! I read it to my daughter who wanted me to finish the story!

  2. Petty Witter Says:

    A merfairy, a world where seahorses and unicorns dance with dolphins and dragons – how wonderful, the stuff of my dreams.

  3. Faith Says:

    Such a cute story — my niece would love this one!

  4. lisaiscooking Says:

    Why choose when you can be both?! Love it. A sea fairy princess sounds like a little girl’s dream.

  5. Tara Denny Says:

    You have such an imagination! I envy your writing talent! How sweetly this captures the innocence and wonder of childhood.
    Peace and Love,
    Tara

  6. Natasha Says:

    I wish I could be a Unicorn. Unicorns are always adorable! This is a wonderful story, a great start to Monday.

  7. Marjie Says:

    It’s nice when Moms let their little girls be whatever they want.

  8. Amanda Says:

    I can’t wait to see where this takes us now that she’s a merfairy :-)

  9. Words Of Deliciousness Says:

    I wish I could be a mermaid. I don’t know how to swim so if I was a mermaid I could swim where ever I wanted to.

  10. Reeni Says:

    What every little girl dreams of! Including me!

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella Says:

    I want to be a merfairy too! :D

  12. Couture Carrie Says:

    Nice hybrid!

    Hope you have a fabulous 4th, too!

    xoxox,
    CC

  13. My Inner Chick Says:

    —Ducky,
    you are a gifted story teller :) Xx

  14. Lady Fi Says:

    Such a cute story.

  15. The Dainty Doll's House Says:

    I love it…so imaginative and beautiful!! Hope you are having a great week so far doll! xx

  16. Leslie Says:

    What a sweet story! I hope my little girls have such great imaginations as they grow up.

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