No, I Don't Believe In Magic
Disney is the type of thought that makes people like Kaylee frustrated. Magic? A Fairy Godmother? Prince Charming and a place where kids never grow up? Please, its people that believe in it that need the growing up. How can people even begin to put together the idea of a place where dreams come true? Life in places such as the poorer sections of New York City make it hard for anyone to believe in Disney, the place, the man, any of the magic that goes along with it.
The only magic Kaylee will believe in is one that can whisk her away from her foster family once and for all, a magic that can take away the pain of everything bad that's happened. Are the ideas of Disney strong enough to help out a girl who thinks magic and Disney should stay where they belong, in story books for little kids? Or will a spoonful of sugar and help from a certain someone named Minnie be enough to help her finally believe?