My dear friend Tracy and I are over an hour apart, so getting together is always such a treat.
Even if it means getting my [motley] crew dressed & ready & out the door.
And I’m sorry but that’s just the way it is for us these days. I’m the worst of all, you know–a great big slow-moving vehicle is what I am, and if I can get my kids from Point A to Point B and they’re not still in their pajamas or something, I figure I’m doing well.
We were blessed to attend Tracy’s Epiphany Tea yesterday in honor of her Sunshine’s birthday.
Here is Sunshine:
Is she not sweet?
And is that a bottle of Smirnoff on the counter behind her? I assure you, it was not in the punch.
To my delight, two of my bosom blogging chums were there, along with many other cheerfully snacking adults on the periphery.
Well, most of us were cheerfully snacking. Paula, poor thing, is following the South Beach diet and could only pop one cherry tomato after another into her mouth. Were I a better, stronger woman and friend, (which I’m not), I would have abstained from that cake and ice cream out of sympathy. (More on my weaknesses later. Maybe.)
Here we are–my blogging chum Paula & me:
And how do you like that massive belly on yours truly? That’s for those of you who have been
demanding politely requesting more tummy shots.
Here is another blogging chum, Laura the Crazy Mama:
Speaking of sweet, there are many, many things I love about my friend, Tracy, but at the top of the list has to be her playfulness.
As showcased in this photo:
(Big, cheesy grins are optional but very welcome.)
It was a wonderful, fun-filled day–a beautiful party at Pinewood Castle, and none of my kids even broke anything.
To my knowledge.
Ever willing to move from online to IRL, I am