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Presbyterian Manor Luau

We had a great time at mom's LUAU this afternoon. It was a tad bit hot, but we snagged a table in the shade so it wasn't too bad.

Here are the drinks they were serving, sort of a pina colada without the alcohol:Here is Kaleb with my mom:
Mom won a door prize - a square glass candle holder. She's going to use it for peppermints. She keeps candy on her dresser for all the employees. Ain't she sweet?Here's the group: my little sister Marilyn and her granddaughter, Aspen; Kaleb, Corby, mom, my sister-in-law Sandy, and my brother Terry.And here's Aspen in her pineapple hat.A great time was had by all!

I am reading the third book in the Stephenie Meyer vampire/werewolf series - Eclipse.
I know these books are aimed at teenage girls, but I am really enjoying them!

Kaitlin rented another Christian Bale movie today - 3:10 to Yuma. We will watch it after she gets home from work.

Our music choice today was vintage Who. Kaleb bought their 30 greatest hits a few weeks ago. He loves the CSI shows and they all feature Who music. I love it that my kids love classic rock! Can't wait for the Styx/Kansas concert at the fair in a few weeks!


Lenore said…
Everyone's looking really good!

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