Today I tuck another golden remembrance in my special memories folder. After church, we all met at Nana's house for a savory lunch she lovingly prepared. Nana pulled out all the stops for this get together including china, tablecloths, real silverware, and spring decor. She even put Boo Kitty (the world's most spoiled cat) in the back room! Now to say that the whole afternoon was perfect, would be a farce, for there was spilled tea, crude conversations, and your typical family pesterings. Nevertheless, these times are what strengthen our familial bond and confirm the fact that, for better or worse, we are bona fide relatives....for life.
I couldn't resist a plug for my son's band:)
Well, it's back to work for me tomorrow. I need to spend the rest of the evening getting mentally prepared, and maybe grade some of the stacks of papers I brought home.
Beautiful shots!! :) Hope you had a lovely holiday!! Happy Easter :)
Oh I was wondering what that cheeky little link was ;) I love the album cover! The are actually a legit band with an album and everything..wow....you must be so proud..... (and BTW you dont look old enough to have a son that age!)
Anyway..that smoked meat looks divine and your nana's china is gorgeous. Sounds like a beautiful day..regardless of the trivial family annoyances ;)
I guess now isnt a good time to tell you im on school holidays and have NO papers to look at is it?..hehe
Pretty stained glass. Pork looks very yummy and the table setting looks gorgeous. I love to use real china, cloth napkins, etc on holidays too...it's the only time the kids know that you can eat on something other than a paper plate!
I don't think I've seen a tulip tree up that close either! Family pesterings?...I wouldn't know how to act if there weren't any!
Wow. Sounds like a fantastic day! Nana really did go all out! Your great shots prove it!
Those outdoor shots are really really nice, and I totally want to be invited over next time Kevin feels like smoking some meat!
ps- Good plug! Love the artwork on that site!