Making memories one day at a time.......and then I write about it.

Monday, March 7, 2011

A Story About A Fairy Princess

The little tear drop jewels placed perfectly thanks to Chazi.  The kool-aid mustache placed perfectly by Henny Penny, herself.  Somehow, a pleasing reassurance that Henny Penny is still a little girl, despite her trying to grow up.

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named, Henny Penny who lived with Foxy Loxy, Turkey Lurkey, Goosey Loosey, Chicken Licken, Cocky Locky, Ducky Lucky, and Drakey Lakey. Did we miss any? Oh yes, and her mother Attila the Hun.

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One day, there was to be a grand party. A party where all of the fairy princesses were to be invited. All the fairy princess in the land were so excited. Henny Penny was one of the fairy princesses who was invited to attend only...... what? Me? A Fairy Princess?

She didn't know that she was a fairy princess. Oh what was a girl to do! She did what any bona fide girl would do. She ran to her daddy Foxy Loxy and asked him for his credit card! 

When that didn't work she ran out into the pumpkin patch and shed great big tears and lo and behold, not one but two fairy godmothers did appear. And with much bibbety bobbety and booing, and exclamations of, "Look at the time"....... Henny Penny was transformed into a magical fairy princess where she was then whisked off in a grand coach full of other fairy princesses......

Thank goodness for blogs out there like this one that show you how to do cute little girly hair styles!!!

Leaving her mother and fairy godmothers in her dust, flopped on the couch, much disarray around them, wondering how in the world they were going to manage prom and GASP her WEDDING if going to a little fairy princess tea party was such a fuss!

The End!


  1. And yet - the fairy godmothers will show up then, too. Times several others.

  2. My Princess was invited to this same tea party, one hour before it was starting, because another little fairy decided she didn't want to attend. My lucky Princess! I was promised pictures from her friend's mother. I'm sure you'll see a similar post over my way once I get them.

    I LOVE H.P.'s hair!

  3. Nice story. But I liked the Atilla the Hun part the most....

  4. CUTE! Her hair is adorable! But, when she opened the door yesterday... I thought those teardrops where piercings! O_o I was corrected immediately...

  5. SUCH an enchanting princess! Just beautiful. I want some tear drop jewels too. Though my eyes don't sparkle like Princess Henny Penny's. And that hair - a major DO!

  6. Kristen, Thank goodness!! Cuz y'all are going to be scooping me (the big puddle) off of the floor after.

    Gerb, I can't wait!! I'll be watching. All I can say about Miss K's hair is thank goodness for little girl hair blogs. Seriously! I am sooo inept in the hair department.

    Mike, :D Nice touch eh?

    Jess!!!!!!!! I'm going to spank you! I'm crazy but not THAT crazy!

    WS-Wand, I do too. I want to look as young and sparkly and as happy as Henny Penny and have jewels around my sparkly eyes.

  7. She's a princess with or without the get-up.....but it never hurt anyone to get gussied up once in a while either.

    Love the hair!

  8. LOL. Cute. Amen. Thank heavens for fairy godmothers.

  9. Nat, I just love the choice of words you used for your comment. You speaketh my language.

    Kathy, Amen. Amen. Amen. and Amen!

  10. That is why you are and always will be my Evil Twin. :)

  11. Isn't it fun to have a princess?!!

    She really is darling.

    And I don't even want to think about the doing weddings stage of life. Can you even imagine the chaos that is in my future?!

  12. Anaise, Oh my heavens! With all of those girls. Totally crazy!!!

  13. Whew what a dilemma! I would have been the same, no girls in this house. Thank goodness for fairy godmothers! Loved the story and such beautiful pictures....hope she had a perfectly princessy time at the party :-) PS you know they do the cutest girls lego!!


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