Wednesday, March 25, 2009

My Sister-in-law Michelle #610

I have thought and thought of the perfect way to start this. I wanted to make it kinda fun, so here goes...

Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess who met the prince of her dreams. They were to be married in August, just five short months after the prince's older sister (We'll call her Princess M). Was it too soon? No, Princess M even offered to plan the Groom's dinner since the Queen was a little stressed after planning the early wedding. The princess had never met Princess M in the flesh. This was to be their first meeting, just a day before the wedding was to take place. Needless to say, the princess was overwhelmed with love and acceptance. Just 1 short week later, in a land far, far away (let's call it California), another celebration was held. It was the first adventure that the newly married princess had taken to this land. It was big, and very populated. Princess M asked her to go shopping with her because she needed a new crowned purse. This was the first outing the princess had taken alone with any of the royal sisters. They talked and talked and shared lots of stories. It was then that the princess felt comfortable and accepted as one of the family members.

6 months past so quickly and news was to spread of a new arrival soon coming to the prince and princess family. They called Princess M to tell her the news, and oh what news was given in return but to welcome not one but two future princesses to the families. They were to be born 4 days apart and the King and Queen were overcome with excitement of two granddaughters.

These two little girls were treated like royalty. They needed to be strong, brave, smart, and well taken care of if they were to be soon joined by 6 mini prince's over a 5 year period. Both of the little girls welcomed little brothers into their family next.

The Princess and Princess M also lived in the exact same castle but at different times. It seems they have a lot in common when it comes to the practicing of religous callings as Enrichment Leader & YW Secretary.

Summer after summer and Christmas' after Christmas' the two new sisters spent time and time together and laughed and even cried at moments. They found joy in watching the two little angels they love so dearly become the best of friends. And in doing so, will be eternal friends themselves.

I love you Michelle, and I'm so thankful that you are my friend and my sister!

1 comment:

Michelle said...

What a fun way to explain our relationship. Thank you for being you!