I am a Disney Princess Amalgamation

I confess: I am a Disney fanatic.

For some reason, Disney does an amazing job of explaining life. I don’t know if it is due to the big Disney princess eyes, or the super catchy songs, but I seem to be able to relate to every single female character, every single adventure.

Justin has recently told me that I remind him of 3 different Disney characters:

Belle from Beauty and the Beast

I want adventure in the great, wide somewhere

First of all, I a redhead/brunette. Second of all, I absolutely love to read! A couple years ago, I posted that I want to go here. Also, if you look at my Pinterest Future Home board, a lot of the pins have bookshelves and reading nooks and secret bookshelf passageways.

Secondly, like this quote says, I want adventure. I’ve been able to go to Wales for about a month and a half on study abroad. I’ve been on 2 short cruises to tourist cities in Mexico. I’ve camping in numerous National Parks. I love it. I love traveling. I love seeing new places. Something in me is always wanting to fly off to a new country, a new language, a new culture, a new world.

Tiana from Princess and the Frog

I have dreams, and I am working so very hard to reach them. I’ve always wanted to teach, and now I am finishing up the last 3 months of my teaching internship. As a college student, I took 16 credits and worked about 25 hours a week while maintaining a 3.78 GPA. I really had to take into consideration which social activities to go to and which parties to skip so I could study. Even as a married woman, I am still working very hard creating lesson plans, compiling a teaching portfolio, up-keeping the house, etc. I love this song because I feel the exact same way:

Jane from Tarzan
Justin says that I am like Jane because I’m very inquisitive. That is true. If I was a cat, curiosity  would have killed me a long time ago. I can’t stand surprises. 
Secondly, obsession over work. Jane wanted so badly to see the gorillas. Then she met Tarzan and worked so hard to teach him English and all about mankind. I’m a little like that too. Once I get in the groove, I can work for hours on end. I’m also a little (ok, a lot) obsessed with history and Wales.
Thirdly, he says because of my kind heart. I love my husband.
So, confession of sorts: I’m a Disney princess and I don’t care who knows it! =)

Our Fairy Tale

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.
  • Interesting post…I think I'm also like Belle for the same two reasons. 🙂

    • This is also why I love reading so much: I relate to so many book characters.
      Welcome to the blog, and I hope you'll return!

  • I think in some respects we're the same person! I LOVE Belle, when she sings that song in the field full of dandelions I still twirl around my living room. At 23 years old. Also, The Princess and the Frog is one of my new favorites. Ohhh and I'm a big bookworm too! Looks like we share more than our -ER name 🙂

    • Go ahead and follow my blog! (I'm already following your) I'm sure we can find more things in common!

  • I never related to disney princesses that much – although your reasons for being like Belle apply to me as well – but the book characters I always wanted to be like were Mary from the Secret Garden or Heidi from Heidi and most definitely ANNE from Anne of Green Gables.

    • I have sadly never read either of those (despicable, I know).
      I think I may have to do another post based on book characters!
      Go ahead and join this blog!