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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Get together at Birch Bay, WA

My sisters and their daughters, as well as my daughter all got together to celebrate my younger sisters 50Th Birthday. They met at a Hotel in beautiful Birch Bay, in the state of Washington. I could not meet them there, because I live 3000 miles away and we had already made one trip back there this year.
The days were warm enough for them to enjoy being near the water.

My nieces, Becky and Kristin, above.

My sisters, Judy and Sue. Sue is soon to be 50, on the 13Th of this month.

My daughter, Carolyn was able to meet with them for one day, she lives in that area. She is the beautiful girl at the end of the table. We are all so blessed to have a daughter. On the right is Judy with Becky and on the left is Sue and Kristin.

My niece Becky crocheted the cutest hats for my grandloves! Here is Bethany modeling hers.

Nathan is sporting his brimmed hat in the photo below.

One more of Bethany, below, showing off Becky's lovely creation.

I hope you enjoyed your wee trip to Birch Bay, WA. and are having a glorious Wednesday.
I am joining Outdoor Wednesday at A Southern Daydreamer. Thanks, Susan for the fun blog party!
Hugs, Cindy


The Quintessential Magpie said...

Thanks so much for sharing these pictures of this family celebration, and I hope your sister had a happy 50th. I'm sorry you didn't get to join them, but I'm glad you posted the pics for us to see. Those crocheted hats on those cute little cherubs are just darling! Thanks for sharing with us...

Happy OW to you!



Mary said...

The children look so sweet in their caps. It's wonderful you were all able to get together if only for a couple of days. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

Millie said...

It looks lovely there in WA. Your grands are so cute!

Lady Farmer said...

I have lived in WA all my life and I don't think I have ever been to Birch Bay! Looks lovely ~ I must go there sometime! Thanks for sharing the photos!

Beverly said...

At least you got to be there through the pictures! I have to say that little grandlove of your is about the cutest thing I have ever seen!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Love those hats and what beautiful mothers, daughters and children!!!

The Stylish House said...

Hi Cindy,
I live away from most of my family also and miss them. Your daughter is a beauty and those hats are adorable. They look as stylish today as when they first emerged in the 1920’s! I’m always on the hunt to find cute hats since we get cold winters.
Now I have to catch up on your kitchen remodel!

Bill said...

Hi Cindy, What a beautiful place! Thank you for sharing the photos. Your grands look really adorable in their caps. Enjoyed your post very much.

Hope the rest of your week goes well.

Ana said...

Happy Birthday to your sister Cindy! What a beautiful family you have. Sending all my best wishes to you and yours. Have a beautiful autumn day.


Bottega Veneta said...


Greet said...

Hi Cindy,
Sorry to not read your post earlier but today we went to visit our new born grandson who was born yesterday! His name is Tristan and we are so proud of him!
We were just coming in tonight from visiting him and his mom ( my husband's daughter Nele)in the clinic!
They do real fine and we are so happy!

Lady Farmer said...

Hello again, Cindy~
So glad you dropped by and told me about Hoquiam! It is about 1 hr. west of me!
Wow! Manitoba!
Stay warm! ;~}

Beverly said...

Hi Cindy! Thanks for stopping by and the nice comment. That recipe is great to make with son hung inthere until the end (he usually leaves after we dump the ingrediants). I, however, did not wear the apron...I don't want to get it dirty..LOL I will wear it next time!

Anita @ Far Above Rubies said...

What wonderful photos!! Those hats are adorable!

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

You have a lovely family..and they looked like they were having a wonderful visit. Those little crocheted hats were very sweet! Thank you for stopping by! Have a blessed week.

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

Such a pretty place and those kids of yours...too cute. No, that is not the same daughter. I gave the apron to my youngest daughter, she has a apartment. Thanks for the sweet note.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

What a fun time with family. Thank you for stopping by to visit, I appreciate that.

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Jane Fader said...

Hi Cindy,
My name is Jane and I'm with Dwellable.
I was looking for blogs about Birch Bay to share on our site and I came across your post...If you're open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.
Hope to hear from you soon!