Monday, December 07, 2009

Today others remember Pearl Harbor and so do I but today also is one of the most happiest days of my life. This is the day I became Mrs. Prince. 1985 was the beginning of my fairly tale life. Each day since has been more magical than the day before.
My dear sister never forgets my anniversary. I think she is so happy for me because she thought I would be a single kat forever. Shucks, I was just waiting for my Prince. All the others were real frogs. Yuck.
One of my co workers at the insurance company were I was employed told me one day "She would rather be dead than single at 24." Since I was WAY past that I told her "There are worse things than living alone."
I had made up my mind I would be single forever, then as fate would have it, I was introduced to Prince and the story book began.
He said he went by this cup and it caught his eye as those three words described me. I on the other hand, had my friend's son deliver Prince a load of wood so he would not have to work so hard. Besides what is more romantic than to snuggle up in front of a roaring fire.
The Kitty Justice is that each of you find your Prince.


Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ Congratulations to
you and Prince - I hope you had
a wonderful day on the 7th. It was also my younger son's 52nd Birthday.
Thank you for yor comments and yes
Peter and I had a great few days
together again and did lots of
"Do yo remembers" Glad you enjoyed the jokes.
Many thanks for the lovely e card,
that was so nice of you my friend.
Take care, Love, Merle. Peace.

Lady Di Tn said...

Thank you. We did have a nice day. Happy Burpday to your youngest? If I remember correctly it is John or maybe it was Geoff. Always nice for brothers to visit. Peace

Changes in the wind said...

Nice to hear your story and congratulations:)

Small City Scenes said...

What a romantic tale. Happy anniversary for now and always.
My youngest was born on the same day. So Happy Birthday to Jolene too. LOL MB

Lady Di Tn said...

Thanks and Peace to you.

Thank you. and Happy Belated Burpday to Jolene. Peace