The Queens Speach

  The Brigadier 15:11 25 Dec 2006

So do you watch or listen to the Queens Speach?

  VoG II 15:16 25 Dec 2006

Deja vu click here

  p;3 15:26 25 Dec 2006

I dipped into the speech by Her Majesty after I had done so with 'the alternative'; I appreciated the comments made by both; however, one major difference; I could actually see the expression and feeling on the face of the Queen; the 'alternative' left me feeling I am missing something as I could not see her facial expression and therefore how she was feeling ;yes, she was speaking, but a vital element of communication was , for me , missing

proved to be an interesting exercise

and I still respect Her Majesty as our Monarch

  Stuartli 18:42 25 Dec 2006

Long may she reign.

A certain leading member of the Government could learn a very great deal from this remarkable lady, who very rarely puts a foot wrong.

  hzhzhzhz 18:43 25 Dec 2006


I agree with you.

  p;3 18:57 25 Dec 2006

apart from a somewhat glaring mistake some years ago,(wont go into that here) must say I agree with you
I admire her resilience; she is said to have suffered from sciatica which, beleive you me is painful ; she refused to stop working

  Stuartli 20:26 25 Dec 2006

I also suffer from sciatica - thanks to moving heavy flagstones around on my own on behalf of my daughter about 15 years ago...:-(

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