Suddenly I found myself riveted, and I rushed Alex to the bus stop as the people filed into the palace circle, afraid I would miss the kiss. Luckily I did not. Kate looked stunning, elegant and classic, her dress was gorgeous, and while it was a bit solemn in the Abby, once out if it every one was all smiles, and her face lit up like a bright jewel.
I was one of the people who were annoyed by all the hoopla, but as I watched, and my heart swelled, I realized that even if you do not buy into the hoopla the royal wedding has created, think of this: The Universe really needed the outpouring of love and happiness and joy that this occasion has brought to the world today. In a world so very troubled, the joy of today will send ripples across the cosmos, and that is an amazing thing.
What I would give to go over and touch the ancient walls of history. To stand in the place where so much history was made.
I know that where ever Lady Di is, she is watching over her son this day, beaming with pride and love, and the thought of that brings tears to my eyes.
I went from being indifferent to being totally immersed and full of joy, and I hope they have an long and happy life together.
P.S. I almost missed Elton John in the crown, he looks so "normal" lol...
I awoke at 2:22 this morning, yet forgot to turn on the TV and watch...a piece of history that I'll see in reruns...I also wish them all the happiness they can muster...
lol i did the same thing! I was annoyed by all the hoopla and wasn't going to watch then. But....then...i turned on Fox News and there it was and I got sucked right in. She looked so beautiful and there was so much excitement I couldn't help myself. lol
I was quietly all for the hoopla, but I was raised by a royal family fanatic. It sort of spread.
And thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have been trying to explain to a few people in my life why it was so important. You summed it up better than me, who just kept saying "Yes, but I like happy stories in the world, too."
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