Mom In Different Times

While I was looking in my photos for a picture of Bunny for the last blog post, I ran across some pictures from Mom’s 90th birthday.  I had the new member of my Breakfast Group do a cake for me, though he did say he wasn’t very experienced.  However, it was a delicious cake and everything worked very well.  The pictures have dates and times, so these may have come from someone at the party.



We invited the domino ladies and had the party on Monday, their day to come and play.


We had a sunny day for the party as well.


Bob and Delores Allen came from next door and my friend Charlotte joins us as well




Now you can see Delores, Charlotte in the middle and Bob at the other end of the sofa.


Luzma from next door on the other side came too.  She is such a sweetheart.


I think we just put 9 candles on the cake – one for each decade.


She was very pleased with the party and the cake.


Of course we had gifts!


Charlotte helping Mom open gifts.


Mom’s hooking friend Donna also came.


Mom was always delighted to have her friends around.


Luzma is such a generous friend to Mom.


The Lady of honor.


I think this is one of her 1918 club friends, Mabel Wild.

A good time was had by all.  I have other pictures of other occasions when Mom was herself.  I’m so glad to have the pictures and the memories from this occasions as well as just everyday life with her.

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2 Responses to “Mom In Different Times”

  1. Charlotte Trayer Says:

    What a happy day that was, Liz! And, by the way, that was Ron (not someone named Bob) on the other side of me on the sofa, in that picture with Delores. I’m glad you found those pictures to share–when your mom is having a tough day, it’s nice to go back and remember days like this!

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