When I was a kid, at a very young age I must say (around 6 or 7, can’t remember) my art teacher said: “Draw what is hapiness for you”. So I made this drawing of a chaming prince in a white horse. He was green-eyed and blond. And was wearing a green cape. I wanted to be a princess, but not in a pink dress locked up there in a high tower. I wanted to be a princess who would fight alongside my prince, I would be with him in many adventures and help him and love him forever.
Looking at this picture now makes me think that some things never change. This is still my concept of hapiness. Where is my sword?

When I was a kid, at a very young age I must say (around 6 or 7, can’t remember) my art teacher said: “Draw what is hapiness for you”. So I made this drawing of a chaming prince in a white horse. He was green-eyed and blond. And was wearing a green cape. I wanted to be a princess, but not in a pink dress locked up there in a high tower. I wanted to be a princess who would fight alongside my prince, I would be with him in many adventures and help him and love him forever.

Looking at this picture now makes me think that some things never change. This is still my concept of hapiness. Where is my sword?