On the Queen, continuity, working-class culture - and emotional attachments to a fraught history
This is a stunning piece of writing, Tara. Thank you for sharing your memories, and your great gift. Diane
Beautiful Tara, thank you. I love your statement about embracing it all - the lofty grandeur and the ugly realities - in honour of this truly remarkable human being.
I really enjoyed reading your article. Your nan would be mighty proud.
A lovely memory, shared. Thank you.
Thank you, Tara, for a most endearing and eloquent piece. To share your memories while also talking about balancing today's disparate state of affairs takes skill. And you truly have that skill well honed.
With appreciation - Helen May
I just subscribed and am also purchasing your book. Well written and worthy of my full attention (scrolled through while at work). Cannot wait to fully read it.
This was lovely Tara, thank you. A good cry was had as I read about your Nan and missed mine. Lesley
I am not even British but found this profoundly moving. Thank you.
Ms. Henley, you nourish us with your writing as your Nan fed you
well written well done I remember visiting in the 70ś nice tohavethe continuity these days . The Queen did an outstanding job over the yeas , no easy task ,not sure the new group is up to the task ,not at this time . They need to get their act together first