As millions of people all around the globe were glued to their televisions, computers, iPads, iPods, iPhones, mobile phones and any of the other technologies out there that could bring the Royal Wedding into their living rooms, businesses, cars, and all of the other places our mobile technologies can bring it to, watching and listening to one of the most famous weddings of the decade, we were only 3 hours away from London, from the massive crowds that lined the streets surrounding the route of the Royal Wedding.
We felt the energy and excitement as we watched from 8am until 4pm, every media moment leading up to and after the wedding, and then the wedding ceremony, and then watched the replay of the ceremony before turning off the television and computer to go to bed as Will & Kate and their friends partied the night away.
We had the best seats in the house as we watched every detail of the wedding beginning with the arrival of the guests, family, through the procession, ceremony, and exit by all from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. We had a bird’s eye view of it all.
Oh yeah – the weather. As I mentioned yesterday, how was the weather for the wedding day? Fortunately for Will & Kate the weather people were wrong this time. Not showery as predicted, but just a bit overcast for part of the morning. No rain and it actually warmed up as the sunshine appeared just in time for the wedding to begin. It was a picture perfect day – a celebration to remember. An awesome day was had by all.