Monday, November 30, 2015

A Crazy Parade.

...I found these napkins months ago and was saving them for a family gathering. I finally had my chance Friday night.

We had the whole crew (save my sister's husband Ron who had another family gathering to attend) here for "drinks, etc." Cousin Becky and George joined us for a bit, too. All the photos below are thanks to her (which you could probably figure out since she's the only one not represented!) 
Lydia, Paula, Karen, Sara, me, Polly
Paula and Andrew
Steve, Roy, George
Steve, Mary, Karen, Roy - I LOVE THIS PHOTO!!!
She's quite persuasive when she gets her phone out. Seriously, she got Marc to smile. 

and almost Holly (and my mom).

...and this is post #30 for November. NaBloPoMo, finally. I'm still gathering my thoughts about daily blogging but for sure, what's helped me the most is a community of readers who have cheered me on. I am incredibly grateful for this experience; even the darkest days were lightened by y'all. Thank you.

8 comments:

  1. Everyone looks like they quite enjoy being part of the crazy parade! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. That looks like a truly fabulous gathering! I'm so glad you go to do it and the cocktails napkins are perfect.

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  3. What great pictures! Looks like a very happy gathering! I've really enjoyed your daily posts,and I'm kind of sad to see November come to an end. :)

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  4. How wonderful to see all the smiles in your family. Your daily posts have been creative, full of emotion, joy and shared sorrow. I feel as if I've been a part of your beautiful family. Thank you, Mary.

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  5. It looks like your family knows how to make things fun for certain! And Mary, thank-you for sharing your November.

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  6. It's been wonderful doing NaBloPoMo with so many friends! I'm a big fan of crazy!!

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  7. I'm convinced that getting the right/best photos taking is genetic.

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  8. Great photos! Hats off to the photographer and how very special to have the family there. Lots of love and support. Congrats on your month-long "showing up" and sharing. Know that we appreciate and love your support, too.
    Cheers~

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