She has a beautiful garden. It’s full of flowers in shades of blue; one for every bad day she’s had. When things go wrong she picks a spot in her garden, and there she plants a tear, covering it with earth, burying it miles and miles away from her. She gives it time to get back to the day, to shed the sadness away. And once it’s ready, it blooms; cheerful little petals flutter against the morning sky, sparkling with happiness.