Tuesday Thoughts …. “✨ ‘What is Meant for You, Will Find You’ ✨ … “!!

~~January 10, 2023~~


Sometimes we wait and wait and we look and look and we wonder and wonder.

That’s the nature of a human being.

We need to practice patience … I know, it’s easier said than done.

I full understand and agree with it.

I’m still a work in progress, even during my senior citizen years!



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Prince Harry, the Spare …. “✨ ‘PEOPLE Cover — My Story, My Words’ ✨ …. “!!

~~January 10, 2023~~


I have followed the Royal Family since Diana came on the scene.

Ask me … I know. I followed her ‘boys’ and everything in between. Then Wills and Kate and their children. But harry and Meghan became my favorites.

At this time, Hary andMeghan and their children have my full heart. The ‘others’ are way by the way side.


Prince Harry has shared more about himself in the past week than he has in the 38 years prior — a seismic shift that has left him feeling that for the first time in his extraordinary life, the world is finally seeing him for who he is, on his terms.

Until now, he writes in his new memoir Spare, out Tuesday, January 10, he felt most defined, both publicly and privately, by his role as the “spare” to his brother Prince William, 40, the heir.

“While I know much of my life may seem unrelatable, I do think most siblings can relate to struggling with comparisons, and my brother and I are no exception,” he says in this week’s exclusive PEOPLE cover story.

Amid days of interviews and intense reaction to his groundbreaking book, the Duke of Sussex opens up further about “the raw account” he offers in his candid book, which explores everything from the death of his mother, Princess Diana, when he was just 12 years old to the loss of his virginity at 17 to his painfully fract

As for what he hopes his family’s takeaway is from his memoir, he says:

“I don’t want to tell anyone what to think of it and that includes my family. This book and its truths are in many ways a continuation of my own mental health journey. It’s a raw account of my life — the good, the bad and everything in between.”

~~As it appears in …. full credit for article~~ https://people.com/royals/prince-harry-spare-memoir-raw-account-good-bad-everything-between-interview/