Ahh the Royal Wedding ... and now the Royal Honeymoon. William and Kate are off at their own private island for their honeymoon ... what a sublime way to start their life together. But then, they've been living their life together already, so they are off to what I hope is an unbearably romantic start to their married life together.
There IS a wedding in Finding Felicity ... although I won't say here whose it is. And I have no idea where the newlyweds spend their honeymoon. Do I hear sequel? No. But the idea does raise a question in my mind. Why do honeymoons have to end? Why not go on a honeymoon to celebrate every anniversary? An animoon?
It's true ... I've never been married. Maybe that's why I find the idea of all so utterly hopelessly romantic. I've never had to fight over how to squeeze the toothpaste. Or which way the toiletpaper should come off the dispenser. DO couples really argue over such things?! I wouldn't know ... and I hope I never do.
I am a hopeless or hopeful romantic ... even when it comes to my own love life. I would love to fall in love again. And, oddly, the older I get, the more I think I'd like to get married. To the absolute right man for me.
So in the meantime, I'll hope that Will and Kate have a marvelous honeymoon ... and many animoons.