Wednesday, July 2, 2008
The Royal Honeymoon
By Leah McNeil
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Princess Snowflake is ready to head out.
Photo Courtesy Joanne Colangelo
Prince Teddy relaxes on the honeymoon.
Hello Piggies & Peoples!
Well, my Princess Snowflake is not a little girl anymore. She's a married pig now, all grown up. The morning after the wedding, the newly wedded couple met up with family and friends at the Royal Brunch. Afterward, Prince Teddy and his new wife headed to Charlotte International Airport where they caught the 9:30 a.m. US Pigways flight to New Guinea, a beautiful island off of Australia. It was a very long flight, so both piggies did a lot of napping, smooching and vegging. They were in first class seating so the flight attendants served them as much food as they wanted and unlimited Pigmosas (veggie juice and champagne).
Once they arrived on the island, Princess Snowflake couldn't wait to get outside. As she stepped off the plane, she admired the lovely palm trees and spectacular greenery. She was wearing her favorite leisure hat and her luggage was tucked away in the beautiful pink suitcase that was given to her by her sweet prince as a wedding gift. Prince Teddy couldn't wait to see the look on his wife's face when she saw their Honeymoon Swheeet. He picked out a gorgeous suite with all the fixings, and it even had its own private balcony with a hot tub. The Princess had no idea her hubby was so romantic.
Prince Teddy planned a wonderful 10-day vacation for them. They spent endless hours gazing into each other eyes on moonlit beaches and pigticipating in activities such as scuba diving, parasailing, four wheeling and snorkeling. They even went on a couple of sunset cruises on a catamaran known as The Majestic. But, mainly, they spent most of their time on the beach sipping on tropical drinks such as strawberry daiquiris and pina coladas.
The Princess modeled a different pigkini for each day of the wheek, and her Prince laughed at her when she got dirty in the sand. Teddy had to keep reminding her to apply pigscreen on her beautiful, fair skin, and it became obvious to him that she was an indoor pig and wasn't used to having this much fun in the sun. Prince Teddy often found himself thinking, "Boy, she sure is Prissy!" But, he also found himself falling more and more in love with her by the second. And, of course, Princess Snowflake loved the fact that her Prince was so down-to-earth and easy going. She absolutely adores her Teddy Bear and feels like the luckiest pig in the world.
The Royal Honeymoon was a much needed vacation for the royal couple and neither of them wanted it to end. But, what better way to end the wedding of a lifetime than with the honeymoon of a lifetime!
Thank you all for reading and following my blogs and sharing my wonderful life with a Guinea Pig Princess. For Princess Snowflake and her Handsome Prince, this is the purrrfect end to new beginnings...
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