Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner

So with all of the lead up to Will and Kate's wedding, the TV is array with back-to-back shows on the Royal family and Di's wedding. It's got me nostalgic for my childhood in London. I was a Brownie and faithfully every Tuesday night there I was ready to pledge my Brownie promise:
I promise that I will do my best,
To love my God,
To serve the Queen and my country,
To help other people,
And to keep the Brownie Guide Law.
I think I was there to play the games and earn my badges as well as meet my friends. I have some precious memories; one of them was the celebration of Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding. We had a mock wedding celebration in which each of us had to draw names from a hat. I was Earl Spencer, Diana's father and sported a moustache, even thought he didn't have one my mum felt it was the only way for people to know that I was a man! I loved that day and even the prep - my friend Alicia was Prince Charles, her mum came up with the idea to use lollipops for medals ~ ingenious!!! We even had a cake for the party!!!

Anyway I'm proud to be British even though I no longer live there and I'll always be a Londoner because I think of her wherever I go!