Meet the king and his youngest princess . . .

22 Mar

This post is for those that might like to see an image of The King of Texas and one of his three princesses. Of course we’re a bit older than we were when the picture was made—oh, alright, we’re much older, but how much older is fodder for future blogs. Check us out at

This is the mom mentioned in the Easter bunny posting on her blog, and that is her father—the King of Texas holding her. I still hold her close, but of necessity I hold her in my heart rather than in my arms. Now a lovely lady and mother of two, she is the youngest of my three equally lovely princesses and the one I love most (but don’t tell the other two).

A footnote to this posting:

I do not love this daughter more than I love the other two—that’s a family joke which stems from the actions of their paternal grandmother. On almost every visit Mama would take the girls aside, one-by-one, and say that she loved her more than the other two, but she always stressed that it was a secret to be kept from them. The girls held that “secret” close to their hearts and kept it safely there for several years—until one, in a fit of pique, spilled the beans to her sisters.


Posted by on March 22, 2009 in Childhood, Family, Humor


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3 responses to “Meet the king and his youngest princess . . .

  1. absurdoldbird

    June 13, 2010 at 4:29 pm

    How lovely.

    • thekingoftexas

      June 14, 2010 at 3:25 am

      And how sweet of you to make the comment. I wish more viewers would leave something of themselves other than the one unit their visit adds to the total number of those that have, for whatever reason, visited a posting. Thanks, and a tip of the kingly crown to ‘ya!

      • absurdoldbird

        June 14, 2010 at 8:29 am

        (And I feel the same about people visiting – wish they’d comment more. But, oh well, that’s people for you!)


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