Monday, November 11, 2019

Sweet Memories of a 90th Birthday and Other Stuff



I have been preparing for this past weekend for a couple of months.  It was the weekend of my Dad's 90th birthday.  And, since only 10% of folks ever live to see 90, a celebration was certainly in order.


My sweet younger brother and his wife came from Arizona to join in the celebration. Doesn't Daddy look dapper in his pretty sports coat and bow tie?


Suzy, my sweet sister in law was such a help  assisting with the cake, ice cream and punch and serving it to the residents and those that dropped by to see Daddy.  



Our son was the only grandchild that was able to attend, but, he did a good job representing the 5 others.  Daddy has 6 grandchildren and 6 great grans.


Many dear friends stopped by to see Daddy and he so enjoyed seeing them all.


These two great guys are the men that sit at Daddy's table and they enjoy each meal together.  It's part of Daddy's favorite time of day as they enjoy conversing and solving all the world's problems. ~chuckle~  These 3 men represent 266 years!  Yep, Daddy is 90, Mr. WM is 93 and Mr. James is 83.  They have had some life experiences for sure!


The residents all enjoyed the celebration as well.  Most all of them came down to the dining room to participate.


Daddy was "tuckered out" by the time the celebration was over but it was a good "tuckered out."


After the party Daddy took a nap and then came over to our house for his birthday dinner.  These two girlies made him feel very special. 


We took him to breakfast Saturday morning to kick off his special day.  He is now settled in to live out his 91st year and feels very celebrated.


In other news...........these two boys were so cute on Halloween.  Coleman was a dragon and Clancy was a rodeo clown.


Friday night these two went to see David Crowder and Mercy Me in concert.  Bridget graduated from high school with the wife of Mike Scheuchzer (pictured above), a member of Mercy Me.  So, after the concert they got to go back stage and see him and the other group members.  It was a big night for them and their Momma.  Daddy stayed home with baby Case. 



And, Coleman has been wanting overalls for months and finally got some Saturday.  The first thing he told his Dad and Mom was that he wanted to wear them to church and he did just that.  Of course, everyone thought he was too cute in them. ~a country boy~

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AND, to top off a wonderful weekend our LSU Tigers beat Alabama Saturday night.  It was the perfect weekend all the way around. 

Lea
Lea

Hi there! My name is Lea. I've been wife to the best Hubby for 44 years....Mom to a son and daughter....CiCi to 4 precious Grans....lover of family and friends....enjoy laughter and a good time....shopper....picture taking maniac....maker of delicious fudge....organizational enthusiast....memory maker....Southern Belle...and most importantly.....a Child of the King! Welcome to my little corner!

13 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful weekend celebrating your dad's birthday! He looks great!

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  2. You know my husband was so happy about that LSU game. What a beautiful celebration of your dad!

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  3. Aww been waiting for this. He did look mighty dapper. So happy he was surrounded by so much love. Coleman in those overalls...what preciousness. Everybody looks grand and I love your party outfit! xo

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  4. What a wonderfully happy post! Your dad looks GREAT, and I especially like his scooter caps. (My hubby wears a gray tweed one when it's cold.) The party looks so festive and how wonderful that people could come to see him on this special day!!

    The boys look so fun in their costumes. A rodeo clown -- what a clever idea, and so appropriate for where he lives and the things that interest him.

    Thank you for sharing this special time with us!!

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  5. I think overalls on kids is simply cute. Happy birthday to your dad! Looks like he had a great celebration.

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  6. Oh what a handsome Dad you have! I know you all had a great time celebrating this milestone! AND... OH my what CUTE kids, I just love seeing those pictures:) Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

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  7. What a wonderful time you all had celebrating your daddy. What a blessing to have him at that age Lea. I just want to hug him....Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  8. Looks like a good time was had by all, celebrating your Daddy's 90th birthday.

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  9. What a wonderful party! Your Dad is so lucky to have such a thoughtful daughter as you. Hope you have a wonderful week. That cute little Coleman looks like he is full of the dickens!!! Enjoy your week, dear Lea!!

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  10. So glad you were able to celebrate your dad in a special way. Happy birthday to him! And yes those overalls are too cute : )

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  11. Lea, happy birthday to your sweet dad. He looks great. Looks like a fun celebration. You are the best daughter. Everything is good on my end. I am flying down to visit my mom on Saturday. Enjoy the weekend.

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  12. Hi Cici! I am excited to have stumbled upon your blog. You have a beautiful family, and such a handsome dad! He doesn't look 90, that's for sure! Happy belated birthday to him; looks like the celebration was just perfect.

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  13. I've been thinking so much about Pastor Duncan. He will forever be my my pastor. Happy belated birthday! Always loved by so many.

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