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    “There will always be an England”

    “There will always be an England”

    Today it still seems possible:

    I watched it and I loved it.

    The flyover by WWII vintage bombers and fighter planes was a nice touch, recalling the memory of the song “There will always be an England.”

    And I’ll use any excuse to run this audio:

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    I confess I watched it, too, but only because it was on when I usually watch the news.
    But it was magnificent. The gorgeous trees, contrasting with the coats of the soldiers. How many years have they worn similar uniforms?
    The choir. OH, the choir!
    The aerial shots of Westminster Abbey, considering how many weddings had happened there over the centuries.
    Gosh. I was impressed.
    But I see why Sarah Ferguson wasn't invited, considering her daughters looked like strumpets.
    Just sayin.'

    I kept thinking of the terrific genocidal massacres in Syria that the UN ignores and the terrible destruction in Tuscaloosa, which an old friend's house was spared, but several of his relatives are now staying at his digs because their homes are destroyed.

    Then I watched William in his brilliant Irish Guards uniform and Kate, the coal-miner's great-granddaughte walk back down the aisle as a princess—there is still a place in the world for fairy tales. With happy endings, I hope.


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