If I needed one more reminder of what we have to celebrate on the 4 th of July, I got it last week - when the Daily Telegraph reported that Kate Middleton is required to curtsy to her husband's aunt and female cousins, unless (of course! I should have guessed!) her husband is with her. (Whether he's with her or not, she must always curtsy to the Queen and Prince Phillip, which I'm sure is every granddaughter-in-law's idea of how to adjust to a new family.)
I tried to avoid tying this post into the Royal Wedding but with all the fuss today, it was unavoidable. I won't talk about the dress or the magical carriage ride through the streets of London. What I did notice about the wedding were the eight beautiful maple trees lining the aisles of Westminster Abbey.
Anyone who knows me knows I love a good argument. The one on the table today at AARP... will you watch Kate Middleton wed Prince William? At... 4... a... m...
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