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Thursday, December 15, 2011

An Evening With Mom

Tonight was a night of celebration. It was the Christmas dinner for residents and their families at the center Mom has been moved to, and a celebration of her being back home.
The Regency knows how to throw a party! The evening started with shrimp cocktails, an assortment of cheese balls and crackers, and bread baskets.
The main course consisted of prime rib, asparagus, and real mashed potatoes. Pies were served for dessert, along with a wide choice of beverages.
However, getting to spend time with Mom, was the highlight of the evening for Ken and I,
and my sister Marlene.
There are 18 decorated trees, here we are in front of the one located in the Pub, where we sat for our dinner. It's estimated 400 people attended, with tables everywhere!
We were entertained by a wonderful pianist and vocalist.
And as the entertainment went on, Marti took Mom to the floor for a dance.
Mom loved it. So did those in the room. It was such a nice time, we hated for the evening to end. But with her only being a couple miles from our home, I'll be visiting almost daily. It's so good to have Mom back!

5 comments:

Debbie said...

Laurie, I"m so happy for you and your family! Your mother looks great! looks like Christmas came a bit early for you this year. What more could you ask for..Debbie (Maine)

Diane said...

This is such a sweet and wonderful post Laurie. You all look SO happy! Diane

Pearl said...

Thanks for the Birthday wishes! Your Mom looks beautiful and so do you! I love the smile on your Moms face as she's coming off the dance floor, that says it all. I'm so happy she is so close to you that will make it easy for all. What a fun loving family you are. Love, Pearl

Mary Ann Potter said...

What a blessing to see all those smiles! Your mother is beautiful, especially on that dance floor.

Terri's ThreadArt said...

Laurie ALL week I have been thinking of your Mom!I kept meaning to check your blog and would forget when I was at the computer.This is the most WONDERFUL news!!!!I am so happy for her and your family.
Have a Blessed and Beautiful Christmas ~ Lots of Love,
Terri