When I was a little girl, everytime i saw a shooting star, I would always wish to be a princess. Maybe because growing up we didn’t have a whole lot. Maybe because I thought I would have it all. Maybe because it was every little girls dream to be a princess. They are beautiful and loved throughout the kingdom. It wasn’t until becoming an adult that I realized the Lord blessed me by not making me a princess. Not that it couldn’t happen, I could have married a prince easily **** she says in her sarcastic voice. But, as an adult watching royal couples now, having to “live by rules and regulations”. Never owning a minute of her own time, thoughts, or actions. I know now, that would have NEVER been a good suit for me. For I can’t be controlled, I will stand up for myself and I like to make my own decisions whether good or bad. So, with that being said, the good Lord chose a different path for me. He said I’m going to do you one better. I’m going to bless you with something far more than being a princess. One that will not hold you back from your potentials or keep you from being who I created you to be. He blessed me with a king (not a prince) and our own kingdom. He blessed me with a king that loves me the way I am and pushes me to reach for who I was made to be. He blessed me with little’s that love our life, their parents, and make me so very proud everyday. He blessed me with family that loves and supports us, know matter what moods our kingdom is in or no matter what good or stupid choices we sometimes make. No matter what, our family will have our backs. He blessed our kingdom with the ability to be who we are and love who we are. The good Lord made me a Queen, not a princess. We were not ment to be trained and groomed to meet the public eye. We were ment for the public eye to love us as who we are. Thank you Lord for not granting my wish to become a princess when I was that naive little girl who didn’t know better. Thank you Lord for making me the Queen for my king and our kingdom. Thank you Lord for creating me to be exactly who I am. Thank you Lord for helping me to realize that. I am forever grateful.
Note: teach your daughters to stop wishing to be someone else, and help them be who they were ment to be!