Not a bad view of Louisville
Saturday we had a wonderful day. We gathered friends and family from all walks of our life. No we couldn't have everyone we wanted. But we did get most of our family together. I have pictures of my family. Marty hasn't shared his pictures of his family yet. So maybe later I can get those posted.
I as always have lots and lots of pictures. I am going to put up way more than you'll want to see. But this post is for me. This is for me to remember that special day. Feel free to skip through it.
The party has begun. Marty, nephew A.J., me, and Holly. This was the room with the champagne punch and the ginger ale punch. Guess which one I drank.
Dining room table with some of our "light" hors d'oeuvres
Ann ordered a chocolate cake with butter cream icing. I cut the first piece, a corner piece. This icing was wonderful, rich and gooey.
Little Brother and his pal Louie
No Belinda and I are not sitting down. Kiel is my tallest nephew, 7 foot. He just signed a contract to play pro basketball. Belinda was excited to meet him. She had had college classes with his father, who also played pro ball.
Friends Marty grew up with. Left to right, me, Ronald, Beverly, Billy, Marty
Friends I grew up with. Left to right, Joyce, Wanda, me, Peggy. Joyce and Wanda drove several hours to come visit me. Peggy lived within an hour or so from Louisville. They are part of my Corbin Prayer Warriors.
Below are several pictures of my side of the family. We had nieces, nephews, spouses, great nephews, great nieces, Papa Jack and Yolanda, partners, and Friend Mark. Did I forget anyone? Oh Marty was there too. Love my crazy loud family.
We laughed, told tall tales of family happenings. We told tales of my late sister, Maryann. Story were told that were new to some of the family. Like one person had eloped and her children didn't know that. It was such a wonderful day.
Sunday we were again doing a family tradition. Church and then out to breakfast at The Big Boy. After breakfast we had to take pictures, lots of pictures. And where did we take them? In front of the Boy of course.
This should have been a video. Getting this group together was like herding cats.
This is all without me.
One of the waitresses came out and took a picture of all of us with me.
The last few days have been a huge love fest for me to them, and them to me. I do love these wonderful crazy fun people. Hope you got through most of the pictures. You can see how happy we all are.
If I can get Marty and Mark to send me the pictures they took, I will post them and bore you all some more. Two more days and we go home. Then we will be back to health updates. Not as much fun but just as important. Much love to all my friends, family, and Prayer Warriors.