Thank you, Angels*

I was dreaming
of dressing up like a princess
and living in India,
{watching Little Princess
in the wee hours at of 2 AM
will do that to ya},
when I was pulled from
my blissful slumber
by blaring tones of
Stevie Wonder's
"I just called to say, I love you!"

You've come for me
at last?


In an instant,
I realized my cellular device
was simply waking me
to bring me glad tidings!

I swan dived
on little William
{sorry, squirt}
while stretching in a
frantic search for my phone...

...then my hands grasped it.

At this point
I'm thinking
that there are only
2 phone calls in this entire
universe that could make
me happier than a little girl
swimming through pudding
at this moment,
and one can't be physically
possible for 4 more months,
so it better be the other!

Unrecognizable phone #.
Could it be?
This can only mean one thing!

With a groggy tone,
I muster out,

"Hey Ally!
This is Cami,
the manager from

I'll do it!

After the pleasant chat,
I ran up the stairs,
pumping my arms
and silently screaming
with the utmost joy,
for the household
was still drifting in dream land.

I darted out the door,
found my mother in the garden
and exclaimed,
Guess who has a job?!!!"

ladies and gents...
You're truly
is now an official
sandwich maker...
at Subway. ;)

Of course,
the next person
to inform and thank
is the most important
being in the universe.

Thank you.
I am so grateful
for this blessing
I have so graciously
been given.
I am so blessed,
and watched over
by the angels!

I don't think the world
realizes the magnitude
of this happenstance.

If you only knew...
how much heartache...

is thriving in my heart
this day!

Let us rejoice
in this beautiful day!

Have a good one.
It's the only June 9th
of 2011 you'll ever see.

Love always,
Little Besty


  1. Hahaha I love this!! That was one of my favorite movies as a little girl :) and now I'm picturing you selling the girls' version of all-spice with you're "swan dive" ;)

  2. Isn't it great? ;) I forgot how much I loved that movie! I hadn't seen it since I was like 12. It made me cry...I adore it. Ha! That's the only term of falling I could think of to describe what happened. ;) Glad you liked it.