Today has been such a wonderful day, full of excitement. Mr Letters From Home and I took a very early train this morning and went to St. Paul's Cathedral in London, in plenty of time to see the Royal Family arrive for a service of thanksgiving for Her Majesty The Queen.
We saw every member of the Royal Family, but a special thrill for me, which I will never forget, was seeing The Queen. Her car drove very slowly past the spot where I stood. Her Majesty actually made eye contact with me and gave me such a beautiful, beaming smile. Only a second or two in time, but at that point, time seemed to stand still.
There will be pictures of the day to follow, when we get them uploaded.
We also met some lovely TV presenters, including Susanna Reid from the BBC Breakfast News, and Nicky Campbell. The most surprising thing was that as we were leaving to go to the tube station, we found ourselves walking with Jenni Bond, royal reporter for Sky TV. Mr LFH whipped out his camera to take a photo of her, then she put an arm around my shoulder and suggested a picture of us both together, how kind was that! She was so lovely and friendly, and down to earth.
Shortly after our exciting morning, we got on a train and visited our daughter, son-in-law and baby granddaughter Poppy, and spent a lovely day with them. We watched the rest of the royal proceedings on TV, whilst madly waving the flags I had kept from this morning, which of course Poppy loved!
I'm off to bed now, as it's been a very long day.
The more comments I receive, the more pictures of today I will publish tomorrow! Goodnight everybody.