|Queen Diva - Gives the Commands!|
Today, we wish to honour another Queen.
My staff are busy preparing for the "Afternoon Tea" and festivities that will ensue tonight. Of course all I have to do is 'give orders'! LOL. Then all I have to do is relax and do what comes naturally!
All a question of 'optics' you know MY darlings.
On May 24, 1866, the town of Omemee , also in Canada West, mounted a day-long fête to mark the occasion, including a gun salute at midnight, pre-dawn serenades, picnics, athletic competitions, a display of illuminations, and a torch-light procession.
|First Government House in Toronto|
Following the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, May 24 was by imperial decree made Empire Day throughout the British Empire, while, in Canada, it became officially known as Victoria Day, a date to remember the late queen, who was deemed the "Mother of Confederation"
|Sr. Sammy - Knight|
|Downton Abbey Guests|
Well, MY Darlings, I must be off to check on MY staff...do have a 'Jolly Good Time' on this very special holiday. We are having 'tea' at 4:00 p.m do drop in won't you...........come back soon..................