I guess I am it...Thanks Kerry! Fourth of Fourth...fourth picture from your fourth picture folder, write about it and tag four more people! May 3, 2005...Caroline and Emma's Dance Recital Emma was five on that day, Lulu 2 1/2, Caroline six, and our friend Emily... Feels like a million years ago...they are so not dancers anymore. They have traded in their slippers and tutus for cleats and lacrosse sticks...and I could be happier! Looking forward to seeing...Fourth of Fourth from some local gals! RED Alex Prepadelphia Biscuts
Monday, October 27, 2008
My cousin Danielle got married over the weekend...thought I would share some pictures... My youngest cousin, Kerry, she is a wild child! Looks can be so deceiving! Lauren, one of the sweetest girls ever! Isn't she beautiful? The Mr. and Mrs. Danielle and my girls, before they were whisked away to a babysitter. The tables were set beautifully. And the center pieces were out of this world the pictures do not do them justice. The wild child and the grooms brother,Colin, who was a surprise to everyone. The brothers kept tight lips. Colin entered the church with the Groom, just as the bridesmaids were about to process in...let's just say there wasn't a dry eye in the house. I thought their mother was going to come undone. Danielle and Brian actually moved their wedding up one whole year, so Colin would be present, but he was shipped out earlier than expected. It was a great surprise! Candy Apple favors...adorable and the the pumpkin place cards. It was a fun night and I wish them all the happiness in the world. They are off to a great start for being so young, they bought a real fixer up about 6 months ago and spend every second working on it...you may remember this? Did I mention the were next door neighbors growing up and until just a few days ago! It must have been tricky the day of the wedding, sneaking in and out of the houses without seeing each other!
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Sunday, October 26, 2008
Day TWO lead us all through the city and past all the sights, Day THREE we headed toward the Main Line, through very fimiliar territory, to our finish at Villanova University... Elfred's Ally, the oldest residential street in our nation! Kelly Drive, lots of sculling on the river that day! The "other side" of the famous Boat House Row. Love Park Pit stop on South Street Fabric Row...sooo hard not to stop! Fabric Shop owner and survivor! Familiar faces in Rosemont Mile 55...we stopped in for a little toast! The finish line...our team crossed together! Saluting the Survivors that walked The flag signals the last walker was in!!!! Some more "support" along the way! If the 3 Day makes it's way to your city...think about lacing up those sneakers or at least cheering for th walkers along the way. Our team raised over $30,000 the Philadelpia event rasied over 8.1 million...I am so grateful for this weekend and to be a part of something BIG!!!
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Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Our team... The Opening Ceremonies and the walk begins. These flags are pasted from walker to walker for all 60 miles! Supporters around every corner... The streets of Chestnut Hill lined with supporters. Several residential streets along the way were all decked out with signs, pink streamers and balloons! Arriving at camp with the Philadelphia skyline as a back drop. Yes, that is me in the green, out of uniform! Home Sweet Home...at least the tent was pink. Happy Hour...wine and snacks! Over 3000 campers!
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Thursday, October 16, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
We are in crisis mode...our coffee pot is not working. It makes the right noise, fills the house with it's rich aroma, even beeps when it is finished. But, does not produce any coffee. This is not good! I NEED coffee in the morning. And I have a big day planned today. Lots of errands, one which includes going to pick up my new camera. First stop, Starbucks. Second stop, Bed, Bath, and Beyond for a new coffee pot!
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Tuesday, October 7, 2008
My camera is officially gone. Last Wednesday, I left my camera on the plane. It was right next to my bag under the seat in front of me and I just forgot to pick it up. I realized my mistake as I was standing in the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton in awe over an arrangement of roses, when I thought I should take a picture. Immediately, I called my mother-in-law, who works for the airline we flew, to ask what I should do to recover my camera. After giving her ALL the information I could, she was off and running. My MIL called at least 25 people in the Philadelphia airport as well as Miami, from baggage to lost and found, she even was able to relay a message to the flight crew some 30,000 miles up to check the plane, as the plane basically touched down and turned around back to Philadelphia. I filled out all sorts of paper work at both Philadelphia and Miami, have been on the phone with several people in the "warehouse" in Charlotte. Nothing, Nada, Zilch, Zip, Nil! Nobody has seen my camera... So, it leads me to believe someone found it and decided to keep it for themselves. Unbelievable!
Posted by hqm at 6:24 PM
We returned from our little vacation on Saturday evening, headed right to the shore for dinner with my parents, brother and his fiance, and of course the girls. Our trip was great...MBM's company really goes all out. There were cocktails, dinners, treats/gifts left in our room every night, spa treatments, lounging by the pool....aaaahhhh! I had grand plans of taking pictures of EVERYTHING, so you could enjoy the trip along with me. I wanted to show you my new dress...that I am in LOVE with for a lot of reasons, and I can't seem to find it online anywhere. BUT, I left my camera on the plane! That's a whole other post! I will leave you with this....my new favorite pants... J. Crew, Watson Pant...the yellow where marked down to $14 and change, I also bought them in black and the darker khaki.
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