Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The Lighthouse

Once upon a time, two young co-eds met. The beautiful princess thought the prince was cute but too too tall. Besides, he seemed to like another girl (not that that had stopped the princess in the past). The prince did like another girl (in fact he liked a couple of other girls) but that didn't stop him from thinking the princess was cute, but too too short.

The prince and his royal court came and visited the princess in her castle. The princess had a royal hair-do that intrigued the prince. The princess knew that her hair was amazing and used this for her benefit. The prince and princess drank goblets filled with Kool-aid and conversed for a spell. By the end of the evening it was determined that the prince would escort the princess to class which they both were enlisted.
The royal hair-do

The prince and princess walked to class together every day and of course the prince sat by the princesses as her beauty and charm were irresistible. It was determined that the princess and her court would attend a royal date with the prince and his court. The rode in a carriage with Knight Brad and Princess Amy, both the prince and princess closest confidants.
The royal courts
It was a wonderful and magical evening. The prince often reached down to hold the princesses hand when no one was looking. The evening grew late and it was time to return home. The princess and prince sat very closely in the back of the carriage. The prince spied something off in the distance. "Is that a light house?" he questioned. The princess sat up a bit to see what the prince could have possibly seen as they were no where near the ocean. And when the princess sat up her face was inches from the handsome prince. "That isn't a light house" she said, but was quickly silenced from a kiss by the handsome prince.

And that my friends, is why the prince and princesses, now the King and Queen, still smile whenever they see a light house.There must have been a light house.

Now time to share your fairy tale.

20 comments:

  1. What a cute story...and a beautiful family!

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  2. Adorable!

    In that first picture I think he looks like a young Bronco Mendenhall. Ha.

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  3. Very, very cute! Good job on snagging that prince!

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  4. Ah gag me with a spoon. LOL just kidding. What a great story. I met my BF at a bar, my Baby daddy introduced us. How romantic huh?

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  5. Aww, that's a great story! I love how sneaky guys try to be to get a kiss!

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  6. Just called over from SITS.
    What a fantastic idea! That was so sweet! And of course, like all good fairy stories, they all lived happily ever after!
    New follower!!!

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  7. What a sneaky guy! I love that story! And I love how lighthouses are a sort of symbol of your love. Beautiful!

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  8. Alright, I added my link. It's an old post, but serves the purpose, I think :D

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  9. Aww he's smooooth. :) You know what's funny about your tallness... it was exactly opposite for Ben and I! I was too tall and Ben was too short. But after that I always wore flats and look how well it turned out. :)

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  10. What a happy fairy tale! Seems to me, it certainly ends with a happy ever after!

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  11. Hahaha... too funny. This is not a lighthouse tale, but yours made me think of it. The Oakland Temple is up on a hill and its lights are lit 24/7. They are lit as such because they are a beacon for ships in the Bay. During CA's energy crisis in...hmmm(2000) I think...The city wanted the Temple to turn off these lights, but the sailor's wouldn't let them, nor would the Oakland airport, for the same reason. See not a lighthouse, but a cool story that yours brought to my mind.

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  12. Man, hearing that story again makes me want to play Settlers and eat some Blast o' Butter. Good times.

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  13. cute story! I finally linked mine today.

    love your princess hair :)

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  14. Awwww. I love your story. Were you at BYU by chance?

    You guys are so cute.

    I love the little buns.

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  15. I love it! So much better than actually being at a lighthouse! :)

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  16. That is a fun story, Emily:) You should print it out as an illustrated book for your kids-haha.

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