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Living My Life
My daughters and I attended the Sister 2 Sister Luncheon on Saturday. It was hosted by our church. The theme was “Walking in My Sisters’ Shoes” Phil 4:1-3
The Mistress of Ceremony was delightful and cheerful with a vibrant personality.
Prayer was rendered by our church exhorter, followed by a welcome and occasion.
The lunch was exquisite with a variety of dishes, desserts and a refreshing tea.
The decor was pink/black with solid & polka dot ballons. Each table had a ceramic shoe or gift bag with a shoe theme.
Beautiful shoes were displayed in front of the head table.
The luncheon was a celebration of women and our need to encourage and celebrate one another.
Poetry was read entitled “In The Shoes of My Sister” while shoes were modeled by two young ladies from our church.
A prophetic dance was performed by a teenage girl who was anointed and spirit-filled. She was absolutely amazing!
The speaker offered encouragement, words of wisdom and support to the ladies in attendance.
There were plenty of door prizes. My older daughter won a gift bag!
Remarks were made by the co-chairperson of the Women’s Ministry Annual Day and our pastor. The luncheon concluded with a benediction given by our pastor.
It was a joyous occasion to see guests who I hadn’t seen in quite a while and everyone was beautifully attired!
We enjoyed our dinner today! Tilapia, mashed potatoes, vegetable medley, deviled eggs, Hawaiian rolls, vanilla loaf cake with cherry, pecans and creme ice cream, and soda made for a pleasing meal. At the last minute, my younger daughter added macaroni & cheese!
My older daughter made deviled eggs, we ate some of them last night!
This is the other Tiffany Rosebush that my hubby gave me some years ago. It once produced only pink fragrant roses just as its twin rosebush.
About three years ago, when the blossoms formed, they bloomed in colors of pink and red. I discovered that the wind had blown in the direction of this rosebush and had cross-pollinated with our neighbors’ bush.
Now, I have a Tiffany Rosebush that produces two different flowers!
Queen Elizabeth Rose grows tall and stately. Her petals are mutiple and hardy. She enjoys the shade that our neighbors’ tall billowy trees have to offer.
Queen Elizabeth was purchased on a road trip years ago in Tyler, Texas. Tyler, Texas is known for its beautiful roses.
Since Christmas, I’ve had a renewed love for deviled eggs. I recall as a child, they were made for every imaginable social affair. My mama would simply make them for us because we enjoyed eating them.
This past Christmas, I prepared deviled eggs as part of our feast. My grandchildren experienced the same delight as I did as a child. In fact, my youngest granddaughter was caught constantly going back for more!
Since this time, I have been on the hunt for egg platters. About 2 weeks ago, I found them! I bought the last two that were on the shelf.
I plan to make deviled eggs for Resurrection Sunday and display them on my new egg platters. Oh yes, I’ll make plenty of extras!