Didn't I tell you to scrub these floors til' they shine?!
...yes...I'm so sorry
I'm so excited for the ball. It'll be just us and the prince.
Yeah. Cinderella won't get in the way of getting OUR prince!
Cinderella lived with her wicked, sluggish stepmother who made her work and do chores around the house when she did nothing. They never let Cinderella get out of the house and she was basically the subordinate of the family.
Cinderella was so upset that day because the optional ball held a handsome prince. Everyone was talking about him, including her stepsisters. Him being there and she couldn't go made her furious.
Want to dance?
On the verge of crying, suddenly a rotund woman appeared in Cinderella's bedroom. Ella asked who she was and she said she was her fairy godmother and that she could help Ella go to the ball. Just like that, Cinderella had on a dress with a tint of blue.
The fairy godmother turned a pumpkin into a carriage, a rat into the coachman, and four grasshoppers into horses. Then she said, "Now go to the ball my love and enjoy yourself. But remember, you must leave the ball before the clock strikes 12. If you don't, everything will go back to normal, including your dress." The gifts her godmother gave her were variables.
The prince immediately fell in love with Ella and danced with the prince. She left earlier than usual so then her sisters wouldn't know she was there. Her sisters would tell of the girl who was so nicely dressed. She did this for two days in a row but on the third day, it was five minutes until 12 so she ran out as fast as she can but her glass slipper fell off. She kept on running home as fast as she could.
The prince searched and searched for the lovely lady whose foot fit the shoe. After many days of looking, nobodies foot would fit the glass shoe. He was so desperate that he even tried a poor ragged beggar girl, Cinderella. It fit so that meant he had found his true love. The prince had liberated Cinderella from being a maid and they lived happily ever after.