Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

I would like to take the time to congratulate Her Majesty (HM) Queen Elizabeth II upon the 70th Platinum Jubilee that is being celebrated in the United Kingdom. I appreciate the services of the Royal British Family and Monarch who has reigned as the longest serving Queen. This is an inspirational and reflective moment for women, men and all who take the time to admire this duty to nation at home and abroad. You have led with the strength, determination, duty, obligations and much more, with the included elegance and delicacy of a woman, that I especially appreciate.

I know as I offer this congratulatory remark, that there are tension associated with The United States of America’s Independence celebrated on July 4th from a victory battle and war with Britain, but I also think that at present that the United States of America has kept relations with the United Kingdom as positive, to reckon that this history was the turning point for the creation of the U.S. union of the 13 states. However, today historians are also critical of the 1773 Tea Act that was imposed to help the East India Tea Company, and not everyone during the time of this war supported the act of war. An important point to realize the further historical associations of the Spanish, British, French and all heritages that are included as what we may call American today.

Nations will not always agree, there will always be points of ups and downs, to note my personal life wisdom and principal of – I would rather be remembered for how much I loved.

Tea or Coffee??? 🙂 Wishing you a very happy Queen’s Platinum 70th Jubilee. I wish everyone who is celebrating and marking the occasion all the very best!!!

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With Love & Kindness! 🇺🇸

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