I love my Daddy. He is partially responsible for where I get my crazy from. It's not genetic. No, this is more nurture than nature for when he married my mother he gained 3 children. It's true that we had a rough start, but now we can't live without him. Anyways, I asked him for one thing this past Christmas and he provided a royal decree:
Once upon a time in a land far away, a King and his Queen had two lovely daughters.
This isn't a story of that family.
No, this is a more recent story of a scion of a landed Southern family who through the course of a series of events transitioned into a wealth of experiences and happy times granted to him by, among others, two princesses disguised as slightly odd teenagers. As this Son of the South grew in his "wisehoodedness" (for he was singles out by many of his peers for his "wisehoodedness") he also aged to the point that the slightly odd teenagers developed into slightly anomalous adults. It was during the dark days of maturation as the anomalous adults, sisters by both blood and situations, battled their own battles and defeated their own demons simultaneously transmogrifying into rather peculiar adults. It was when these peculiar adults surveyed the damages inflicted by them in defense of themselves and saw that it was good that they truly became Princesses ordained by the Oracle. Not the wussy princesses of the Brothers Grimm variety, oh no! These two illustrious illustrations of Women of Massive Determination are more analogous to the mode of Warrior Princesses. (It's their Mother's side of the family... genetics... what a book I could write!)
Thus and therefore it is officially decreed by the undersigned (and 'cause Momma said I could) that these two Princesses, respectful of the Laws of Nature and with a tip of the Crown to the slight difference in age and build, receive Tiaras at this special time, signifying the vast importance they have in the heart and eyes of said undersigned Son of the South guy who, again, is noted for his "wisehoodedness".
And there you have it!
On another note... I've been working on my new stitch... it's looking fabulous! Pictures to come soon.
Have a wonderful day!!!!!!