Death is but inevitable and there is no doubt everyone will taste it. Many people don't realize this true fact but it was another case for Judy; a young girl from a prestigious family.
She believed that death will be her life's end from the moment she could remember.
Everyone around her made sure to keep the word death from her ears and even worked at great lengths to bring mutes as her helpers.
Her father the King Jonathan had all he had thus made sure his daughter was raised by sweetness and love.
King Jonathan had more than a hundred servants in his castle and half of the servants were mute whilst serving his lovely daughter Judy.
Judy was a girl, beautiful as her name, her skin was shiny and very pale not because she was sick but because she had never seen the sun.
She wore custom made gowns from the thirty tailors her father hired or her. Her bedroom glittered with gold as its decor and scented with flowers of different varieties.
What is beautiful and could not be found in close proximity with Judy? What is expensive and could not be seen with Judy?
She was a princess worth of her name, a daughter worth of her birth and a girl worth of her beauty.
All her servants loved her wholeheartedly and if possible they could give their lives for her.
However, life is not perfect, the world is not perfect and no matter how much gold and beauty she had; all was not enough. Judy had no mother, she died when she was giving birth to her.
Judy knew that her presence in front of her father was a wound she kept opening everyday. Although, her father loved her the most, Judy knew that his eyes and heart missed the love of his life.