Fairy tale (noun): a children’s story about magical and imaginary beings and lands
Once upon a time there was a little girl called Summer, who accidentally turned herself invisible.
“Oops sorry mummy, that wasn’t supposed to happen, but I’ll tell you what I’ll do; I’ll sprinkle my name in all the things you love, so that you can see me in other ways”
So that’s just what she did.
She put her name into all the books, and her mummy saw it in every tale that she read.
She put her laughter into the sunshine and her mummy smiled on each and every sunny day.
She put her voice into all of the best songs and her mummy danced around the kitchen*.
She put her heart into all of her mummy’s friendships, because friendships can be seasonal, but everyone loves summer.
Summer’s mummy enjoyed this so much, that she invited others to look for her too. Although she still missed Summer terribly, in time she came to see, that she’d never really left at all.
* P.S: The mum dancing in the kitchen is not due to the stereotype, it’s because we have a fairly large kitchen and so it’s where Summer and I did all our best dancing.