Friday, April 11, 2008

how to make a princess pathway


Every Princess needs a Princess Pathway to stroll on, push her baby
and take in the beauty pauses of God moments.

And of course. . . . as life would sometimes have it - Princess Pathways end . . .

. . . and the King, building the Princess Pathway, hasn't finished it for us or at least so we think.

Princess Pathways take thought, strength and well . . .
a King and a Poppi who understands that
Princesses love to dance and need pathways to stroll on.
But, then an amazing thing can happen . . .

The older Princess (aka Nana) has learned what the King (aka Poppi) needs.
She knows that if she encourages him, he'll be able to find strength and time to continue the pathway so all the Princesses can walk on the Princess Pathway. . .
so. . .

. . . the older Princess (in all her feminine demure) sits close to her King - so that she can wipe the King's brow (another word for - encourage, adore, admire exceedingly, give honor - all meanings of respect).

This King likes that. Most Kings in the Kingdom like that. Many older Princesses would do well to learn what their King likes. They do well do learn what it means to respect their King (words of affirmation, kindness, adoring looks and things like that).

So, this King likes that his older Princess thinks he's way cool. He likes it when she admires him, his hands, his work. He likes it when she's close. He likes it that she is there, sometimes not even saying anything. Sometimes her silence is such beauty.

(Of course, the older Princess must battle the fifty million things she "should" be doing that are racing in her mind. She works - hard - on settling her heart to show respect to her King.)


And, so the King/Poppi gets inspired to continue the Princess Pathway - all for His Princesses. . .

. . . the Princess Pathway that leads to the "bump" . . .



. . . and he contines to be inspired . . .
even though a little Princess steps on the area he's working . .
and he . . .

. . . turns to give the Princess a Poppi Hug . . . and then . . .

. . . gets back to work . . . because his older Princess . . . continues to sit close by.



The End. It's all about respect - your man thrives on you respecting him.

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8 comments:

Org Junkie said...

You totally crack me up! You've got a great man there :)

Lylah said...

thanks!

The Apron Queen said...

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singlemomforgod said...

you know, your blog is some of the best pre-maritial counseling I could get! Love Ya!

Lylah said...

now if that isn't one of the nicest compliments - i'm totally smiling right now! you're getting IT. you're getting my point! yahooo....i so wish i could be present for the day of your one-flesh celebration....

Octamom said...

Great photo blog--and love the finished result!

Blessings!

Lylah said...

thanks mom of 8....you got the point...yahoo...

Kristen said...

So sweet :)