Another great BTB Social! I've been talking about it non-stop. Thank you Nancy and Suzanne for decorating in such a lovely princess way. Also, to each of you who brought food, it was all delicious. I thought it would be fun to post what you shared in response to the question...
"Who is Your Favorite Princess...and Why?"
Joyce: Princess Lea from Star Wars because she was as tough as all of the guys. She got in there and fought with them.
Judy: My grandaughter, Annie. Out of all of our grandchildren, she is the only girl, and I have truly enjoyed her. She loves dressing up and playing princess.
Sara: I could tell you my favorite WWF wrestler...but not a princess. However, if I must choose, it would be Princess Diana. I was just enamored by her life.
Katie: Cinderella. I identify with all of the WORK, WORK, WORK that she had to do.
Nancy: Cinderella. When I was 2, I got lost at Disney World and Cinderella found me. When my mom finally found me, I was sitting in a room at a table eating with Cinderlla. As I've gotten older I llike that Cinderella kept singing despite the opression she was living in. She stayed submissive while maintaining happiness.
Shelly: Cinderella. She is pretty and sweet and has a zest for life.
Teresa: Princess Grace of Monaco. SHe was beautiful and carried herself through life with grace even through tough circumstances.
Shannon: Cinderella from the real movie years ago.
Kim Klein: Cinderella. No reason why. I always preferred to be a football player, not a princess. I didn't have a princess costume when I was growing up, but I did have a football jersey.
Susanne: Belle. Our Beauty and the Beast DVD is scratched and only plays to the point when Bell goes in the castle to take her daddy's place. I've listened to it over and over with the kids, and I just think she is sweet.
Carrie: Belle. I am a bleeding heart for seeing the good in someone past the point of being reasonable, so I identify with Belle.
Rachel B: Belle. Because she has brown hair and brown eyes. AND because she tames a Beast and what woman doesn't do that?
Rachel S: Princess Adora from Sleeping Beauty. She has always been my favorite from childhood. I love the fairies and the music and everything about the movie.
And my personal favorite is The Princess from the book The Princess and the Pea. I loved that book as a child and fell in love with it again reading it to my children. I just think it is so neat that she was a princess - but it was o.k. with her that noone knew it.
So you wonderful Princess Chicks put on your crown, hold your head high. You are a loved, acccepted, and wonderful daughter of the King! Share with other women and with young girls that they are princesses too because their father is the King of all Kings! Then go forth and serve others with the wealth and riches from the love of your heavenly Father!
Posted on Wed, April 20, 2011
by Dinna Spradlin