Thursday, April 28, 2011

on princesses

 I am not a fru-fru girl, nor was I growing up.  I wasn't a tomboy either. Just your average girl-next-door, similarish to Bella Swan, but a tad more coordinated, and without Volvo-driving vampires (or shirtless werewolves) falling in love with me.
But all the talk of Will and Kate's wedding makes me become a fru-fru sort of girl.
I want to be a princess.
With a big, fancy, televised wedding with music and cake and pomp and circumstance.
And a fabulous castle to live in (Do they live in a castle?  I don't even know.)
And a fairy god-mother.  (Okay, I KNOW she doesn't have that.)

I may be thirty and a mom of two little boys, but I still (not-so-)secretly wouldn't mind some "puffed-sleeves, sparkly-tiaras, glass-slippers, SoThisIsLove" moments.

But I would settle for a white-picket-fence-house-in-the-country-with-a-fabulous-set-of-china-and-a-garden-in-the-backyard life.  How much bippidity-boppity-boo will it take to get me some of that? :)



But I wouldn't trade my life with these three guys for all the castles and glass slippers or even all of the white picket fences in the world.

2 comments:

  1. Glad I'm not the only one! :)

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  2. Watching the royal wedding does tend to give you fairy tale thoughts.

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