Well, Ok, I Admit It

I just watched a few minutes of carriages driving about.

They look very happy and comfortable with each other.

May they always retain that.

ths update: Ditto that, little brother, and I hope they frickin’ kiss before I’m late to work! (major dad and I have been watching since right before, “I do.”) Kate looks stunning ~ OMG ~ and those two young men are incredible. LURVES it! And one last thought…


12 Responses to “Well, Ok, I Admit It”

  1. Skyler says:

    Well, we have to agree that it is all pretty.

    I just still feel like a schmuck from watching parts of Upchuck and Di’s wedding when I was young, thinking it was of consequence.

  2. Dr Alice says:

    I watched it too, and I’ll say this for England: that wedding started ON TIME. Kate was delivered to the door of Westmister Abbey at eleven sharp (on pain of death, no doubt).

    …insert joke about “trains running on time” here…

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    Doc, that must have been crazy-early for you! You work the graveyard shift last night?

  4. Ave says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle, but sad to report I’ve had to register my husband into the Unromantic Cabbage Club. After enduring my gush about how splendid it was he said, “Don’t you think it’s time we stopped making people kings?” I said Okay, sure then, let’s cancel the Superbowl.

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    Ave, in your hubby’s country we stopped making them kings, oh, 235 years ago.

    Let the Brits do what they want.

  6. Dr Alice says:

    I woke up, watched from about 2:55 to 3:30 am my time, then went back to bed. It was a bit wacky, but I’m an insomniac anyway so it was not really a problem.

  7. tree hugging sister says:

    We’re agreed, then. You’re a schmuck. But we love you anyway…most of the time. 🙂

  8. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Sorry, I’m with Skyler. And I didn’t even watch Diana and Upchuck. Was yawning back then too.

    But, I did have the sense to duck the local Brits (was living in Asia at the time) for a few weeks after Diana’s death. I did pity her. But.

    I do hope this one is a bit more educated on what ‘being a Royal’ entails. Really, it’s not an easy job. (Even drove Chuckie nuts, and he was born and bred to it.)

  9. JeffS says:

    Instead of dissing the happy couple, may I suggest a spirited discussion on hat designs?

  10. JeffS says:

    And I will pinky swear with ANYONE that I came with my comment independent of Joan Rivers and Facebook.

  11. Ave says:

    Bread and circus! Bread and circus!

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