in the FAR AWAY land of the North of Louisiana, there was a "Gator King" and his group of friends. The Gator King had lost his fair Queen to an illness of pink while his loyal friends stood by his side.
Life continued on for the Gator King and his friends. Week after week of talks and tears and laughter as time rolled along. The Gator King was alone and often commented of walking into his castle of quiet and the loneliness that he felt without his Queen.
The King and his friends met and talked and laughed and cried. Many a feast was consumed while together---but the Queen's throne remained empty for all to see. The King stayed busy with his big and wonderful family, his friends, and even the serfs in his Kingdom to the North. There was a plan in the wind---but all in good time---all in good time.
One day a friend said, "You should meet Lady S". I quickly agreed---someone to share a royal dinner with full of beauty and laughter. The perfect solution for the lonely King. The King asked that the friends summon a meeting with the lovely Lady S. Alas though they tried, there was always a roadblock in the road to Joy.
The King then took matters in his own hands and spoke directly with The Lady. Thus began the evenings and days of laughter and fun. The King was courting the Fair Lady and the Kingdom was full of fun and mirth once again.
The day finally came that the King brought Lady S a Royal Ring. The Kingdom was full of gaiety and elation as there would once again be a Queen to sit upon the Throne. The Temple Cathedral was filled with family and friends as the "I Do's" were pronounced. A great cheer rang out and the heavenly chorus joined in the "Hallelujah Chorus". Indeed the King had a new Queen and we all were filled with joy and tears of happiness.
LONG LIVE THE KING AND QUEEN & MAY YOU LIVE HAPPILY EVER AFTER