[#1 Blog] Tiny Thumbelina

A lookout about Tiny Thumb Elina. A girl with a size as big as your thumb, but as strong as your heart. πŸ‘πŸ’Ÿ

About my first blog post, we are going to talk about Thumbelina. Although she was named Thumbelina, the story often represents her as Tiny, instead. Thumbelina is one of the most peculiar stories among fairy tales. It talks themes on public distinction, greed, and also kindness from a sweet girl πŸ˜‡near the neighborhood.


She is sweet, generous, and the loveliest. Some might refer her as a ‘sweet damsel in distress’. She attract creatures and quickly becomes a candidate lifetime maiden. πŸ’πŸ’’As a sweetheart, she retained her generosity and willingness to survive the wild.

Although Thumbelina has various morality and versions, and definitely it wasn’t my favorite fairy tale story, I can relate to her.


She had to endure the encounter between various creatures, whom she was never belong with in the first place. Therefore, she’s an outcast. There are some who sees her beauty, and some did not. She had no one to hold hands withπŸ‘«, neither does her Mother was there near her. She’s alone in a land full of strangers. She could not afford to settle with further occurrence, and the author finally lets her to rest. The swallow 🐦who came for her.

Although Thumbelina ends up with the flower prince πŸ‘‘, there was a deeper bond between the girl and the bird. Something attached, a trust, a comfort, a friend. 🎢

This is what the blog represents of.




Thank you! 😊


2 thoughts on “[#1 Blog] Tiny Thumbelina

  1. I haven’t heared about Thumbelina for ages! I’m trying to be as kind and as easygoing as I can around people from school, but sometimes it’s not even worth the effort when they don’t even care and appreciate. Plus, the introvert and incredibly shy person as I am, being easygoing is just not my thing. But how else you make friends, right?

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    • YES! It’s true that many doesn’t care about small act of kindness, regardless it’s still worth it. I too do not know why I had to choose Thumbelina of all fairytales, it just hit my head as I start writing one. Like you, I too have difficulties making friends. Worse, tomorrow I had to join a 10-days training event in a national school (it’s actually for competition purposes, and I’m acting as a representative). However, I’m currently shaking and trembling hard, just imagining how I could survive crowds of unknown 50 participants. It’d be nice if we have telephaty or media small talks, don’t you think? All my friends simply said, “Just make friends”. Those words made me more reserved..

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