I am posting early today. Some of you are no doubt up in the middle of the night to witness the marriage ceremony of Prince William and his bride Kate Middleton.
I was not yet born when my mom sipped her tea and read the headlines in the newspaper on Princess Elizabeth's Coronation to become Queen of England and the Commonwealth.
Her teacup remained a cherished item in her china cabinet and was used only on special occasions when she would set her table with her other assorted tea cups.
I might not have a tea cup to commemorate Prince William and Kate's wedding day. ..
but I'll remember this day as long as I live.
I've not slept very soundly myself . .watching the Royal Wedding . .but I have another reason as well.
I have a live radio interview at 7:10 am this morning.
There might be a few folks that are listening to radio instead of watching the royal wedding recap.
I hardly need to be nervous.
Can you make the grooms cake?
Mennonite Girls Can cook. .can. and you certainly can too.
This afternoon I am attending high tea. . .
with the women in my life. .
that matter most.
all for now. .