Once upon a time there was a little princess named Vienna-Maria. She had beautiful long black hair with black eyes to match that would gaze around in wonder at this wide, wide world (with David Ruis' song as background music).
One day Vienna (for short) woke up, slipped out from under her covers and ran to the bay window in her bedroom on the top floor of her parents mansion. She looked outside to see what the commotion was (there had been a commotion) when she saw her really awesome guy friend, Rome (aka Roman). He had been throwing rocks at her window to get her attention.
She was appalled and yelled in an English accent, "What are you doing?!?! If my parents knew that you were pelting rocks at my window they would be very displeased!"
"I don't care!" Roman yelled back. He knew that this royal family was very close and that an insult to Vienna's parents would be an insult to her. That's exactly what he wanted. He could always predict her reactions in such cases.
"I'll get you for this!" Came Vienna's stubborn resolve. She was now determined to see that he paid for his attitude towards his King and Queen, her parents.
Vienna-Maria ran into the hall to look for her maid, the best french-braider in all of the Kingdom. "Christianna! Come quick! I need my hair braided so that you can help me down my window to invoke justice on Roman!"
So, Christina..umm...I mean, Christianna, the kingdoms hottest nurse and french braider there was, joyfully french braided the fair maidens hair. When all was done she held onto the end of the little princess' hair as Vienna-Maria climbed out of her window and down to the darkened earth. Vienna-Maria had the longest hair ever recorded in the book of world records - it was unrecordable and always perfect.
She set off on her mission and ran straight into Tucker her butler. The Tucker clan had worked and lived at the Royal Palace for generations long since past. They were practically royal themselves.
"Now where are you off to in such a hurry, my dear?" Tucker asked. He knew full well where she was going.
"I'm off to invoke vengeance and justice on Rome!" Vienna yelled as she continued running in her desired direction.
Meanwhile back in the palace, the incredible chef Joelseph was preparing a big feast! They were to have a ball at the Royal Palace in honor of King Luke-Kristof and Queen Anna-Shanet's 25 year reign. Things were buzzing with activity and commotion!
Vienna-Maria eventually found Rome in the stable thanks to the help of the stable boy, Shaunstein, who had a sheepish grin on his face. She knew right then he was trying to keep a secret. She asked him politely if he knew where Rome was. He continually replied 'No' to all of her questions, badly wanting to make Rome proud. Shaunstein even came up with distracting tid-bits of information such as his new nail earrings that he was selling on E-Hay for every kind of horse, even those with sensitive skin. Rome popped out of the hay in the loft before Shaunstein was to tell of his other grand inventions.
Not before long (but before Vienna-Maria caught Rome to invoke vengeance and justice upon his head) the time came for all of the Palace peeps to dress for the ball. Vienna was so excited because she got to wear her most beautiful ivory princess dress. She had never worn it to a ball before and was ever-so-pleased at the thought.
Christianna helped her dress, re-braided her hair and tended to the scrape on her knee that she had received while climbing out of her window.
The ball was incredible! After the amazing meal prepared by Joelseph, the guests all gathered at the Kingdom's Centre Vineyard and danced the night away.
That night before Vienna-Maria went to bed she was allowed one wish. She thought of all the things she could have in the world....then pondered some more....all she really wanted was to invite all of her friends from St. Catherine's, the neighbouring Kingdom, over for a Royal sleepover!! The best part of the Royal sleepovers are when Uncle Nate reads them the bed time story.
Morals of the story: If your blog is too long people won't read it. Stations or positions in society mean nothing. Everyone of the people in this story equally rocks! (Plus all of those that I didn't have time to include!) I love you guys!
[..and I'm not crazy...]