Introducing the Two Moxys

This is Big Moxy:

Big Mox and her remote control

This is Little Moxy:

Little Mox

They are affectionately known as Big Mox and Little Mox, respectively.

2 Ugly sisters

They are Ugly sisters.

What is always in Big Mox’s hands?

Big Mox's favorite possession

The mother of all remotes!

Big Mox is proud of her ugliness.  Little Mox, not so much.

Little Mox loves flowers.

Little Mox admiring flowers

She wears earrings.

Little Mox's earrings

She even has a secret stash of forbidden magazines under her bed.

Little Mox's hidden stash of magazines

Shhh, don’t tell anyone.

Big Mox is horrified to discover Little Mox’s fascination with all things pretty.

Horrified Big Mox

She feels she has failed as an Ugly role model.

Big Mox upset

Believing that Little Mox has been brainwashed by the dominant pretty world, Big Mox recruits some of the other Uglies to stage an intervention for Little Mox.

Uglies stage an intervention

They try to re-educate her as to what is good,

Ugly - Good

versus what is bad.

Pretty - Bad 1

The intervention is an utter failure, but at the end of the day, Big Mox and Little Mox are sisters, and nothing stands in the way of family because blood is thicker than water.

2 loving sisters

About Serena Y Lee

Serena worked in the biotech industry for 18 years before leaving to pursue her life purpose - to live in freedom with creativity and simplicity. Her love for baking, creativity, and story-telling compelled her to start blogging to share her ideas with a wider audience.

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