My daughter is affectionately known around here as the Princess Sweetie Pea, or PSP for short. PSP and her husband are in the midst of making some major life decisions (you know, the ones you made when you were a newlywed) and I’m so proud of her. She’s grown into a truly lovely young woman with such a good head on her shoulders and immense common sense. She’s a treasure and such a blessing. She is the embodiment of the evidence I hold close to my heart that God loves me and forgives me, and that in His great love and mercy, as Jesus says in Matthew 7, God, our Father, gives His children good gifts and not stones, even when we really deserve stones.
This blog entry isn’t deep or dark or fraught with any meaning other than I love my daughter and I thank God for her and all the joy she’s brought into my life and all that she’s taught me. I am excited to see her life unfolding before me and I’m so grateful to her that she allows me to be such a part of it. I sure do love her so much!
So without further ado, may I present to you the many faces of The Princess Sweetie Pea:
She can belt ’em out
Yes, she really is a Princess
She’s my daughter