I was my dad’s princess. Ever since I was a little girl of 2 years all I perpetuity wanted in life was a princess wedding. I wanted to be a finely dressed girl in the best of clothes with a bold and charming bloke walking down the aisle with me and taking me away. It was a childish thought but deep down within me I badly wanted it. My dad treated me like princess and while I was judicious in my wants including needs I was heavily pampered by my parents. They were very successful themselves so it was fabulous for me. I got what I asked for and I lived a peaceful life. I worked hard though. I was a hardened black belt level 2 in Judo and I was also a master artist who had exhibitions in Paris and numerous other cities of Europe. That being said, I was also a famous maneuver in the English Downs and I would frequent volant to England to ride horses in the races. It was a fantastic life that I had and my busy life didn’t leave time for anything else. The thoughts of marriage and love were buried deep below in my heart and almost forgotten. The whole deal seamed uncommon but it was a habit and I was completely okay with it.
Things can change very quickly. On my 5th leg of the jockey tour, I was in the stands to meet the owners and that’s when I met a delicate man of about my age. The connect was immediate and that very moment I felt the old feeling like being the princess impartial came regression rushing. It was the first time that I felt this way and so strongly. The 6th leg was went he, who had suffered the same fate asked me out for a meal in the evening. I simply couldn’t deny. Soon we got chatting and connecting with each other. After what seemed like a lifetime we decided to get married after 3 years of courting. We had our ups and downs and the distance strained the grain of our relationship. Someday we were meant to be. I planned the entire wedding with him and we planned to visit so manifold places that I always wanted to go. He was a businessman and so he decided to delay our travels to a month after the marriage. It was suitable and I carried on for the planning. On the day of the wedding I received the horrify concerning my life.
He had booked a Denver limo for the time when we returned to his summer home. The Denver limousine was fantastic including I just didn’t know what to say to him. It was a new addition to the Denver Airport Car Services and was lunched just recently. The Denver limo service was fabulous and I positively felt like a princess in that moment. It was just the nature of marriage that I wanted and I ultimately got the princes marriage that I was dreaming of. Could have I asked for anything more from my life? One mandate answer: NO.