The Royal Wedding: Translating a Fairy Tale into Reality

The Royal Wedding.  What a spectacle!  Quite the show to give the people a few hours to celebrate, meander through history, allow their own daily struggles to recede into the background and offer the ever-possible chance that anyone, royal and commoner alike, can become a princess.  With hope and goodwill, William and Kate have a huge job ahead of them.

My sentiments for good luck, health and amity supersede all of the regalia.  I tear up every time I witness a young couple take their vows of loyalty, caring and love to each other.  I hope this union works.  Today represents the chance, and it is only a chance that will be dependent on keeping their aura in check, that this couple can do themselves, their family and their future children justice.  I hope they get it right.

All the pomp and circumstance aside, the occasion is rife with the hope of a new beginning, with good wishes for a responsible life to their public, tempered always with their pledge to raise happy and productive children.  After all, the children are the future and a sane and considerate  marriage is imperative to continuing the lineage of the human race, royal or otherwise.

Good luck and hard work, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge!  The accoutrements, luxuries and niceties of life are meaningless unless they are grounded in love, dedication and mutual consideration.  Grounded —-  just like a cup of coffee:

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One Response to “The Royal Wedding: Translating a Fairy Tale into Reality”

  1. NatalieR Says:

    “Good luck and hard work, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge! The accouterments, luxuries and niceties of life are meaningless unless they are grounded in love, dedication and mutual consideration.”

    My sentiments exactly as tears well up in my eyes too!

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