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What's Up Wednesday (Really Thursday) - So, Who's getting up early and watching THE Wedding?
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
I am waking up early to begin traveling and will watch the Royals until we leave. I love all the pomp and circumstance, I remember watching Charles and Diana. Seems like it was just yesterday!

Going to pour a spot of tea,
Elizabeth
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arbob5 responded:
I am stunned by the coverage of this royal wedding. Seems to me the media is somewhat overboard, and I worry because there are so many other issues to be covered. But kudos to William and Kate. They are a lovely couple. She is beautiful and her wedding gown was absolutely perfection. God bless them.

And enjoy your tea...I'm having another cup of coffee. I love iced tea, but prefer hot coffee.

May your travels be wonderful, relaxing and everything you desire. Bless you in your travels.
 
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mindyj1971 responded:
I remember watching Charles and Diana's wedding, but I think I only watched it because back then we didn't have 100 channels to choose from:) I did not watch this wedding....I figure there will be enough coverage of it over the weekend. I really think that there are other things that we could be focusing on, but at least it is something good:)

Enjoy the weekend!
Mindy
 
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jaimem92 replied to mindyj1971's response:
I had my Remicade infusion on the 29th, so I watched the rerun of it while I had my infusion.


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