All Hail the Queen

I’ve always known that I have Royal Blood flowing through my veins. This, of course, comes directly from my mother, Her Royal Majesty, Queen of All. Where she got this title I no idea. I only know that it is true. Just ask her. (I double dog dare ya!)

Since my mother is the Queen, that makes me Heir to the Throne. I accept this duty gracefully. I have always known that I am a princess. I even have photos somewhere of me wearing my crown as a young girl. I love my crown. It is the most beautiful crown in the world. It is even lovelier when you realize that my mother dotingly hand crafted it for me out of tin foil.

Even Shaun calls me a princess. This is usually associated with “The Fussy Princess” or “The Princess and the Pea”. Isn’t that one of the sweetest things you have ever heard of? My beloved associates me with the heroines of dearly loved books for children. I am so blessed.

Not very many people know of my Royal Status. We like to keep it quiet because of Paparazzi problems and all that. But this morning, I discovered that something has happened to change all that. I visited one of my favorite blogs and found that Ellen, one of the royalist queens I know, (aside of my mother) has added me to her Court. She even made this lovely watercolor of me to commemorate the event. Now, the entire world will know what I really am. Sigh…I gracefully accept my duty.

Thanks Ellen!

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  1. mom says:

    Good Afternoon, My Royal Princess, heiress to my throne. I come by my title of Queen of All, rightfully past down from my mother, from her mother, etc. We come from a long line of Indian Princesses, The oldest living princess being the Royal Indian Queen. All other females in our line are Royal Princesses. Bragging about this fact causes jealousy and resentment among the tribe of humans. It is our rightful privilege to be the sorvern ruler of all that are beneath us. So my lovely princess, you too, must prepare for that day in the far future when you too will become the Royal Indian Queen and determine the fate and destiny of all that walk this world of ours. I know that you will be up to the task. You must now begin the journey of preparing your elderst daughter to take up the reins when you are no longer, and to prepare the younger daughter, that all though she is a royal princess too, she will not be able to rein ruin on those that are in need of such punishment. Her place is to be the handmaiden of the Queen, in this case myself. And so with these words of encouragement I say happy journey to all who walk our trail. Love from your mother, Your Majesty, Your Queen.