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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Getting Back To Normal

The Jubilee Celebrations have consumed me this week.
Last night I watched the concert held at Buckingham Palace, all those legendary performers, bringing back so many memories.

Prince Charles made me chuckle addressing his mother as 'Her Majesty', and then quickly adding 'mummy' as an afterthought, so innocently.
I was moved to tears when the entire audience broke out in song God Save The Queen, and joined in at the top of my voice.
I may be separated by an ocean, but will be forever bonded in spirit.


And so now it's time to tend to much neglected chores, the terra cotta boot got a shiny new paint job this week.

Flowers were planted

Oliver snoozed
                           
Back to normal.   

10 comments:

Nellie said...

Wasn't it a wonderful celebration? It has been a dream of mine to visit England some day, but I doubt that will happen.:(

Ginny said...

So glad that you took time out to enjoy The Diamond Jubilee, but life does has a way of going back to normal, sigh.....

Country Gal said...

Lovely photos and post ! Have a great day !

Hilary said...

I'm glad you could enjoy it, even an ocean away!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Ohhh I am also glad that you and Oliver gave yourself some time to enjoy "history in the making". It has been a beautiful Jubilee.
I was thinking about your terra cotta pots, and how proud they must feel to be so cleaned up.
I must get mine out and clean them too.
love
tweedles

George said...

I missed Prince Charles' comment to his mother. Thanks for sharing it.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

The Red is clever !

Bluebell Woods said...

Me too, I have been waiting to write my post on the celebrations. I will always be English and proud to stay English. I wish I could have been there. I just love Charles, I don't care what folks say. He works hard and is a decent man. The boys are just awesome and how can anyone not just love Harry,
Janice

Sall's Country Life said...

Love this post...the flower potting (looks like home), the cute boot, your proud flag, and snoozing Oliver...love,love,love!!

L. D. Burgus said...

I really admired all of the events that took place last week. I know it was special even when she wasn't my Queen and in reality she has been my Queen all these years as I watched her from afar. Normal for Oliver is great.