What Has “The Wedding” Made You Ponder on?

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Joining our wonderfully stuffy and rigid royal family comes a woman of substance. A woman with a mission using her status to make the world a better place and yet somehow she manages this with grace, dignity and incredible likability. She says we all have a voice, we just have to use it. And of course, she’s right.

And after it all, after the last people have gone back to their real lives, after the shops, bars and restaurants of Windsor have cleaned their tables and closed their doors to count the weekends takings, and the street cleaners have filled yet more bags and are starting to get everything shipshape once again, what are we left with?

A wonderful piece of history that’s for sure. But what else? For me, I feel inspired. I feel inspired by a woman, a woman who gets on with life, works like a trooper and fights for what she believes in, in a feminine, graceful manner. She ticks every box and frankly Harry has done very, very well.

So it’s time to get on, stop worrying and attack life and the things I want to do and achieve. Dare I say that I think we could all take a leaf out of Meghan’s book. I know that I will. Enough dramas about the minutiae of life, I need to crack on and not let any more anxiety or depression stop me from living the life that I want.

Let’s run that marathon, write that book and cycle to the south of France …. the clock is ticking, and sure as eggs is eggs, I ain’t gonna want to run out of time!

Katie xx

Are you joining me?!

Are you inspired and if so by whom?

11 thoughts on “What Has “The Wedding” Made You Ponder on?”

  1. I’m with you Katie. I’ve decided to visit Egypt and Jordan in August. I’m a little terrified, yet, I’m going to do it anyway.😊 Thanks for your inspiration💖

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  2. A timely lesson in seizing the day and remembering that we can all do something to bring about change no matter how small. Each journey starts with a single step – all we have to do is commit to it and away we go. I’m a bit of a carpe diem girl so the message resonates comfortably, I hope it will find its way to the hearts of many through this charming, resolute and lovely young woman.

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