This afternoon the eldest three generations of women in my family met for lunch at the Oakwood Bistro. Granddaughter Kimmy was elsewhere with her dad. We missed seeing her, but it was nice to have an adult lunch.
Daughter Heather (in picture) treated for a belated my birthday lunch. Our family is not always prompt about things like that. We do things when work schedules permit.
Oakwood Bistro is an award winning restaurant. Its creme brulee is the best I've ever tasted. I don't want to know how many calories it has, but today it didn't have any because it was a birthday treat.
The other purpose for the lunch was delivery of professional pictures taken of John, Anne, and Sydney in Idaho.
The pictures were framed, wrapped securely in bubble wrap, and all sent to my house for Michigan distribution.
Here you see Mom (my mother, Heather and John's grandmother) trying to liberate the large picture marked for her. Heather is doing the same in the top picture.
Everyone loved their pictures. Thanks John and Anne and Sydney.
Saturday, February 11, 2006
Posted by Marguerite at 2/11/2006 11:43:00 PM