Never Too Old (To Learn Something New)

Posts tagged Mother’s birthday luncheons

Prepping for the 6th annual Mother...

Prepping for the 6th annual Mother’s birthday luncheon!!!
It’s getting to be that time of year again – time for the annual Mother’s birthday lunch!  The invitations are done & most went out in yesterday’s mail.  I still have a few more to send out today & then that task will be completed.   In February, I bought the stamps the PO had for Valentine’s Da [...]

Mother’s Birthday Luncheon 2016

Mother’s Birthday Luncheon 2016
I know most of you already know this, but for those of you who don’t, my mother passed away two months shy of her 95th birthday.  In order to not be sad on that day, I decided to keep myself busy by hosting a girls lunch.  I did it up all girly, used my wedding china, good silver & crystal.  I then decided to make it an annual event [...]

Mother’s birthday luncheon 2015

Mother’s birthday luncheon 2015
I’m only about seven months late in posting this, but I guess better late than never, eh?  As some of you may already know, my mother passed away two months shy of her 95th birthday in 2012.  In an effort to not focus on being sad that day, I decided to have a girls luncheon to celebrate the day and decided to make it an annual event.  [...]

My Mother’s birthday luncheon 2...

My Mother’s birthday luncheon 2014
As some of you know, my mother passed away in 2012 a couple of months shy of her 95th birthday. In an effort to not be sad on that day, I decided to start a new tradition of having a girls luncheon celebrating my mother’s birthday every year. I do it up all girly, use my wedding china & crystal & we have a great time. Since this [...]

The first annual “Mother’...

The first annual “Mother’s Birthday Luncheon”
My mother passed away two month shy of her 95th birthday.  I didn’t want to be sad that day, so I decided to invite a few girlfriends over for lunch.   I had recently been to an event where they had the cutest cupcakes… (It looks kind of smashed because this was one I’d smuggled out in a napkin.) Mine didn’ [...]