Nothing quite warms the cold winter up like Valentines Day....
Bright Cheery Flowers....
Another one of dating age! Unbelievable! Miss Camber had a sweet little date to the Sweetheart Dance and Lindsey was a doll to come over and help her get all done up!
On the menu: Grilled Shrimp with Roasted Pineapple Chutney, Green Garden Salad, Warm Rolls & Clam Chowder, Chicken Cordon Bleu with Garlic Cheese Mashed Potatoes. Dessert will be later on after the dance. (Thanks Tamra, for your help with the lovely meal!)
Camber's date, Riley, sets a fashion trend with a double tie! Sweet!
The day before the dance, our cute friend Jocie's, adorable mom brought this little purse over for Camber to take with her. When Lisa was younger she had a penpal from Japan who sent her this hand-beaded purse. She took it to her dances and her girls have carried on the tradition. It was the sweetest thing for Camber to take this with her and have a little piece of Jocie there on this night. Thank you, Lisa, for your love and thoughtfulness.
You are a great friend.
The wrist corsage was gorgeous!!
It was great night. Memories for everyone to tuck away.Here's a funny story about the night. We had a snow storm and the roads were very slick! Bree's date, Stuart, had gone downtown to pick up the corsage for her. On his way home he finds out the steep road up to his house is closed off until the sanding trucks can get there. His Dad gathers up his clothes and runs down the ravene behind our house where Riley picks them up. Stuart speedily gets ready at Rileys house and all is well.
BreeAnn's mom made a scruptious dessert
that they all enjoyed after the dance.
(Thanks for dipping the Strawberry's, Em. Nice touch.)
Happy Valentines' Day everyone!