Roses are red, violets are blue, clicking the pics might make you a princess too.
Just so you don't have to go through life not knowing what a princess party is, these pictures should enlighten you. I have to admit I'm almost 75 years old and I didn't know what a princess party was either, but now that I've seen pictures of one I can see that I've missed a lot of opportunities to meet a princess by hanging around places where princesses don't normally congregate.
There was an actual photograph taken at the princess party so the kids could have a souvenir of all the princesses. And this is a picture I took of that photograph after it'd been carried around since yesterday afternoon by my granddaughter. It was showing a little ware.
I've spent some more time looking at slide-in truck campers on the Internet, and I think I see a pattern starting to develop, which is older truck campers seem to be priced at relatively normal prices but newer ones from about 2015 till now, are selling for a lot more than they should be. And it's not just because there newer, which would be normal, it seems to be because the older style of truck campers tend to look rather shabby after a few years so there's not much demand for the earlier models.
The problem with the affordable older ones is they almost always have aluminum exterior walls instead of fiberglass like the modern ones, I'm not thrilled about the way they look myself, and one reason is because they get dents and dings real easy. I'm familiar with this problem because my Hallmark pop-up truck camper had aluminum exterior walls.
Also the older truck campers, and in fact, older RVs in general tend to be upholstered with these weird old-fashioned colors and designs that make some of them look like antiques. I heard an RV salesman refer to that style as "grandma upholstery."
I've also noticed that the newer campers are somewhat lighter than the older ones, maybe they have better materials now, better building techniques, or perhaps they're just not built as strong. Whatever it is, I tend to like the truck campers that are less than five years old, but they usually cost a lot more than I'm willing to pay.
Usually, when it comes to problems like that, I would wait until a good deal comes along on a newer model, but the way things are going with the shortages of RVs, there's no telling how long before RV prices will get back to where they should be, if they ever do.
And now, with the government telling everybody to mask up again while indoors, what's that going to do to winter travel? Are businesses going to be able to stay open? Will people stop going back to work? Will some states completely shut down as they did before? Will state parks remain open? Will more people hit the road, further overloading RV parks, and driving up prices? It looks to me like more confusion, more apprehension, and a lot more uncertainty.
I now know that princesses like to dance a lot, and have a strange attraction to Mickey Mouse. Most females I've met were horrified of mice and would never get close to any mouse, especially one that large.
Apparently princesses like to spin and twirl a lot. Or maybe it's more like, spend and twirl.
My granddaughter next to a princess of some kind. I'm not really familiar with many princesses, but I did grow up cleaning the stalls, in the barn, where princesses kept their horses.
Apparently young princesses, or princesses in training, aren't afraid of female mice.
But despite all the mice at the party it appeared everyone was having a good time, and I'm sure some great memories were made despite the rodent infestation.