With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Sepia Scenes ~ Woeful Princess

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Sepia Scenes ~ Woeful Princess

After building a castle with Pop-Pop, she wistfully declared, " I need a Prince!"
If you know our sweet Keri Jill, then you know just how dramatic this little girl can be!
Stop by Sepia Scenes to see more!

14 comments:

Tara said...

She is a doll! She looks like she is dreaming about something wonderful. The cupcake recipe looks so yummy too. Wish I felt like making them. Will have to remember those for next Valentines Day.
Hugs,
Tara

Valerie@composition-life said...

And someone should have begun singing, "Someday your (original - my) prince will come" from Snow White I think!

What a precious picture!

Christy said...

Cute! Did you make those blocks?

Mildred said...

This is the cutest photo I've seen! You have to present this to her on her wedding day!!!

Ralph said...

She is beautiful, her looks are matched by her imagination. What is the dream now, what possibilities does she fathom. She learns from all family generations, and the values parents and grandparents bestow on her. A beautiful girl!

Bethany said...

Someday her prince will come. I am so thankful for the prince God brought into my life. I am also thankful for special blog friends like you! Have a fantabulous day!

Leora said...

Oh, yeah, she looks like a drama queen. She would probably enjoy my drama queen. Gorgeous, pensive photo.

Vintagesquirrel said...

It's always lovely to have you visit my blog. Thanks for ~well, thanks for being you.
Your grand-daughter is so sweet. Having only sons, I am partial to little girls. Luckily, I have several neices, including two infants at the moment. I cannot get enough of them...
Blessings, ~Michelle

The Watts Family said...

Oh how sweet!! Very nice picture :)

shopannies said...

how sweet I could see her in a fairy tale she is so cute

Maggie Ann said...

How sweet! she looks so wistful and I really like the sepia...its timeless.

Tallulah Antiques Closet said...

I rember I used to play with blocks as a child. They were fun but I had a bad habit of leaving them out until dad slipped on one and that was the end of that. Boys will be boys. Great picture of all that snow. Have a great day, JULIAN

Janice said...

That is just so funny! Thanks for sharing.

Ann said...

She's a beautiful little princess and that's some castle she has there.

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