Most people who looked upon her would never venture to guess that Princess Mirel was descended from a long line of witches. Why would they, indeed? The average princess would never lock herself in a dungeon devoting hours of her day to concocting a potion to cure warts instantly, or mastering a spell to disguise one’s naturally green skin a more acceptable pigment for humans. The whole ordeal first began when Mirel’s five times great grandmother, Vaila, cast an enchantment that deceived a king into marriage. The woman, whom the king perceived as a great beauty, was actually a talented, but ugly witch. Sometimes, Mirel contemplated giving up the entire deception shtick, and allow her people to see her as she truly was. But then she thought of her darling betrothed, Prince Sterling, a gallant young man from a neighboring kingdom. What self respecting Prince would risk his life slaying dragons in defense of a green skinned, wart covered witch? Better to keep the status quo, she thought, tossing another eye of newt into her bubbling cauldron.
Once upon a time, there was a spoiled girl named Ella. She had two kind step sisters named Anastasia and Drizella tried who helped her any time they could. One day, Ella got a letter inviting her to a ball. The prince was to choose his bride at the ball. Ella rushed to her sisters and ordered them to do her hair and buy her dress and do everything for her. Later that evening, Ella got into her carrige, hoping she would become queeen of the kingdom. During the ride there, Ella pictured her glorious wedding. There would be a tall cake, with a statue of her and her prince perched on top. As Ella imagened her maybe to be wedding, Anastaia and Drizella were also sitting in the carrige with Ella. Except they were not wearing gorigous blue dresses with glass slippers. They were wearing plain purple dresses, ready to attend to Ella’s every wish. Meanwhile, a two poor bears who were friends who had no place to stay decided to stop by a house. They planned to ask the owners if they could stay at their house for a night. There was no one home. They thought it was abandoned. The hungry bears saw porage on the table. They spilt the large bowl of delicious porage. Then the exhasted bears sleepily went upstairs to find the beds. A little while later, a girl came home, ready to eat the porage she had left to cool before she went out for a walk. It was not there. She went upstairs to check for intruders. She found the bears and kicked them out. The bears appoligized and explained themselves to the angry girl, but it was no use. The girl wouldn’t hear it. The bears didn’t know what to do or where to go now. Back at the ball, Ella was dancing with the prince. Anastasia and Drizella were standing ina corner eating until they heard Ella’s next command. In the meantime, the only place the bears could find shelter fromthe cold air outside was the ball. They didn’t know it was a ball or that they weren’t invited, but they didn’t care that everyone stared at them because they saw food and shelter. Anastasia and Drizella walked over to the bears, curious. It was love at first sight, but that was silly. How could two humans be in love with to bears? Well they kissed, and then something magical hapened. The bears started to transform into princes. They were the real heirs to the throne. So, in the end, the now new kings and queens ruled over the kingdom. As for Cinderella and her “prince,” they ended up living in a cottage. Cinderella always unhappy because she wanted to be rich and be marrieed to a prince, and her “prince” always unhappy because he was used to being rich and wanted to be married to a queen. Anastasia and Drizella eneed up being the best queens the kingdom had ever had. The end.