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At This Age It's Still Possible To Party All Weekend

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This week's Tuesday Truth is light-hearted (no soul barring truth, or question, from me today).

I took the weekend off from blogging.  Instead I threw parties!

First, I hosted a Scentsy party on Thursday night.  I'm a Scentsy Consultant and I had slowed down with my business. I wasn't sure if I was going to continue however, I got a spark and decided to stick with it.  (I love the product and I just wasn't ready to let it go ;-> ).

Then, the most important party happened on Saturday.  We celebrated Rob turning 50 with our family and friends!  The rain held off and we were able to play in the yard.

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Rob Holding Court
Rob works so hard on his garden and I'm happy he was able to show it off.

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Rob checking out the green house with Brian
I had his school pictures, age range 8 - 15, copied onto card stock then cut them out.  While we started to sing Happy Birthday everyone brought out their "masks" to surprise Rob with a crowd of his various years smiling back at him.  (See video here.)

There were lots of stories, lots of laughs, lots of silliness.  (And... lots of beer.  Thanks Bridgeport Brewing!)

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How lovely he looks in his gold curls

Jennifer's having a heck of a good time!  (Thanks Jennifer)

After months of trying to get this party together it finally happened.  Rob was happy and so were the guests.  Whew!  (I wish I had taken more pictures.  But those darn hosting duties!)

Yesterday we attended my cousins daughter's 6th birthday and it was a hoot!  Little Riley is amazing and she had a huge Mickey Mouse bounce house right in her front yard!  Again, I missed taking pictures of when my Katie and Lily joined in the bounce house fun, but I heard they had a good time.

It was a great weekend!  How was your weekend?

To read more Tuesday Truth see posts:

"When I Open My Mouth My Mom Comes Out" - Guest Blogger
"Growing Up With Fear" - Guest Blogger

If you would like to contribute a post as a Guest Blogger for Tuesday Truth please e-mail me at:  annharrison@comcast.net

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