Friday, 31 August 2007

Remembering the Princess


Saw the tenth anniversary memorial service of Diana 's death on the BEEB. Although it was sad I really enjoyed the music. You just can 't beat the good old British pomp and circumstance and the ceremony.

8 Fertilize my soul:

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Amrita, Sorry but I commented on this post in an earlier post "Blessed are you" , so now your know.

Have a great weekend sweet Amrita, :) JoAnn

oldmanlincoln said...

I like your photos and your blog.

There are few people related to governments in this world who I liked or admired. She was one of them and John F. Kennedy was the other.

Thanks for stopping and commenting at my blog today. I appreciate it.

Pijush said...

She was very sweet, we all miss her.
Have a nice weekend Amrita.

nvittal said...

God!! Is it already 10 years? I remember the place very well - I was at the Great Smoky mountains National Park area! When we returned to our hotel room after dinner, it was a breaking news on all TV channels. WOW!

Ruth said...

10 years had gone by sooooo very very fast. i remember exactly where i was when i heard of her death. i was HIKING IN THE GRAND CANYON. :) it was a very hot, very sad, very strange day.


shalom to you....

Dick said...

It doesn't feel like 10 years ago but it really is. I like you blog and aprecciate your visits and comments.

Pat said...

We continue to find the pomp and circumstance entertaining - I enjoyed seeing her boys - what nice looking young men they've become....she would have been very proud.

Kalyan said...

She was a real princess indeed & the whole world remembers her & its very true no-one can beat the Brits at pomp and ceremony.