April 29, 2011
For all of you naysayers and cynics. For all of you who questioned my 4am alarm this morning. For all of you who called us childish, immature, silly girls. For all of you who told us to grow up, get over it and ‘focus on things that matter.’ For all of you who berated those of us who seemed to care–
I leave you with a small excerpt from the Bishop of London’s sermon at today’s Royal Wedding. A reminder that for the world as a whole, today symbolized more than designer dresses and fancy cars. The world watched today -yes, in part to witness a fairytale come true- but more so, because in a time of great uncertainty and hurt, instability and despair, the Royal Wedding beckoned us each to pause, to smile, to cry, to revel in the love of Will and Kate, and to have hope. Hope for the future, hope for true love, hope for loyalty, happiness and great faith.
“Many are full of fear for the future of the prospects of our world but the message of the celebrations in this country and far beyond its shores is the right one – this is a joyful day! It is good that people in every continent are able to share in these celebrations because this is, as every wedding day should be, a day of hope.”
(Credit: Huffingtonpost. Click through picture for source)
April 29, 2011
My alarm sounded at 4:15am this morning – perfect timing to wake up and catch the early morning coverage of the Royal Wedding. As guests arrived, followed by diplomats and finally the Royal Family, I couldn’t help but notice the streams of red and yellow. Royal red, as anticipated. Last night, I choose a royal red nail polish, appropriate selected considering this morning’s events.
On my nails: OPI Kennebunk-port
Occasion: The Royal Wedding
Prince William picture: http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/
Queen Elizabeth picture: http://shoescarpe.com/