. . . so began our rainy-day morn as we watched Frozen together.
It was a thought-provoking conversation with a lass sixty years younger than I am. Kezzie and I manage to enter in such conversations. I love her curiosity about life, and, in this case, about true love.
We discussed our hearts’ amazing capacity for love. I was settled upon the couch. Kezzie was bouncing with barely contained enthusiasm around the living room; a princess in a pink dress. We discussed who we love and how we love new things while still loving those we already have a heart for – all while she danced and gestured and stepped into the animation on the screen through her own lively imagination; body and soul, my sweet little girl.
We talked about how she loved her Mommy and Daddy and how they loved her and when her little brother was born there was more love to go around. We talked about love of grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Then, she pretended to be Elsa from the movie and burst into song, duplicating her actions on screen. Elsa and Kezzie, singing together the song “Let it Go“.
Suddenly, from the Pack ‘n Play, a newly emerging voice shouted out “let go – let go!“
I look forward to more interesting conversations, as time goes by. For now, I’ll just let it go.
True love; it is found in many places; family, friends, pets. It is more, much more, than a kiss from a handsome prince.