Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the great island of Nantucket! So good to be with you on this glorious day here in the little town of Osterville, 3000 miles away from perhaps the most beautiful weddings I have ever witnessed, a wedding between Catherine and William, Prince and Princess, Kate and William, held at Westminster Abbey, in what could be called the most perfect display of everything that is GOOD about humanity. The Queen of England, dressed in a sunny yellow, followed, graciously, in a beautifully understated closed carriage, the open carriage of Kate and William’s horse drawn entourage of a horse laden Calvary of Royal Guards, dressed in their best reds and shining golden helmets, bringing the carriage to a stop, only moments ago, to Buckingham Palace, where the Royal couple presumably kissed by now, in front of the adoring fans gathered below in Trafalgar Square, with ancient lions of bronze looking on, as if to bow in salute to what man can still accomplish, a day where there was nothing but LOVE in the air, coupled with an equally fresh air of celebration–a fate that William’s mother, the late, GREAT Princess Diana must have looked down upon, what was supposed to be a cloudy, rainy day, and shown a bright shot of sunlight, that even took the whole of the ceremony by surprise. For it was at that moment, that the crowd erupted in a chorus of cheer, sending out that gift of LOVE, for not only the Royal couple, and may GOD BLESS them and keep them, but perhaps for themselves (Great Britain), the world, and for a general PEACE, a peace that Diana would have most likely wished to champion upon the world we currently live in today. From these humble shores of seacapecod.net, and the images you see above you, flowers from Armstrong-Kelly park here in Osterville, and the sand bars of Chatham, both right here on Cape Cod proper, and from the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, I want to wish this new couple all of the best for this day, tomorrow and beyond, as well as the country I lived in–England, for so long. God Bless you everyone. Have a nice week end folks and may God bless the people here in this country as well, may we find the solidarity of peace so honorably exemplified by a country much older, and perhaps wiser than our own. PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M
April 29, 2011
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