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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 http://itsjustnotright.wordpress.com/.

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.

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3 Comments

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

        Thanks!
        (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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