|Seed packet added to show size|
Hello, Sweetie Pies! I hope you are having a wonderful week so far! It is rainy and cool out today but I love it and the flowers seem to also.
Can you guess what the item above is? It was bought at the local thrift shop for $3. No one seemed to know what it was but I thought it was pretty and might be a nice prop for my photography.
The top finial can be unscrewed but the rest appeared to be solid.
The mother of the bride- to- be held it and unscrewed the bottom portion. Can you tell where I am going with this?
|Sorry about the unappetizing dirty plates|
She unscrewed the bottom and ASHES came out....well a little bit, before she quickly screwed it back on. Yikes! It is a funeral urn! It is now in the possession of Father Jose who will be making arrangements to bury it on consecrated ground.
|Please don't judge me on the cake my daughter made. Can you tell what it is?|
Since we had about a day in advance to get this party rolling, Katie bought a lot of food items at Costco, like chicken nuggets, mini quiches, and a "ring leader" sub sandwich from Publix. We filled in with plates of fruit and cheese.
Girls nowadays are much more....hmmm...what do I say? Racy? My daughter said that this was a very low key party compared to some bachelorette parties. I thought it was a shower but it was a lingerie/bachelorette party without the male stripper. Did I mention the cake? You have to look close.
Tara enjoyed the game Katie chose: to give everyone a strip of tp and make a fashion item of it.
Now for the opening of gifts:
|For the wedding night|
Thanks for taking the time to visit me today! May the peace, joy and love of Jesus be with you today and always!