A Dinner Party At Greg's Home 12/21/2009
Check Del's hat!
Did you know? - Humbug is an old term meaning hoax or jest. While the term was first described in 1751 as student slang, its etymology is unknown. Its present meaning as an exclamation is closer to 'nonsense' or 'gibberish', while as a noun, a humbug refers to a fraud or impostor, implying an element of unjustified publicity and spectacle.
Luba visit with every.
The girl's name Luba \l(u)- ba\ is of Yiddish origin, and its meaning is "dear".
Sue is fighting off the giggles
Vicky is telling a story
Did you know? - Storytelling is the conveying of events in words, images, and sounds often by improvisation or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture and in every land as a means of entertainment, education, preservation of culture and in order to instill moral values.
The Alpha Cat has her own special place
Did you know? - These are "alpha cats." They are natural leaders; they refuse to be led and attempt to take charge of practically every situation. These cats like their food when they want it and the way that they like it ... or else.
Mitzi Gaynor Joins The Conversation
Did you know? - Mitzi Gaynor (born September 4, 1931) is an American actress, singer and dancer. Gaynor was born as Francesca Marlene de Czanyi von Gerber in Chicago, Illinois. She trained as a ballerina as a child and began her career as a chorus dancer. She sang, acted and danced in a number of film musicals, often paired with some of the biggest male musical stars.
Mitzi and Del
Del recounts the visits with Miss Mitzi
A beautiful table setting
Checking The Lazagna
Did you know? - Lasagna (singular, Italian pronunciation: [laˈzaɲa]; plural lasagne [laˈzaɲe] but always spelled lasagne in Italy and UK) is both a form of pasta in sheets (sometimes rippled, though seldom so in Northern Italy) and also a dish, sometimes named lasagne al forno (meaning "oven-cooked lasagne") made with alternate layers of pasta, cheese, and often ragù (a meat sauce) or tomato sauce.
The word lasagna, which originally applied to a cooking pot, now simply describes the food itself.
The Stories Continue
Vicky and Luba have something in common
Sharing stories about famous people - Look out Michael J. Fox
Want to buy a lottery ticket??
Kara watches all the activities
More story telling
Santa Comes To Visit
"Watch those hands Santa!"
Double your fun
Carmel gets a costume... sort of
Look alikes! Not her eyes! She is seeing red
Del is in the mirror
The new baby comes to visit
Carmel and the laser beam make for alot of fun
Sue takes it all in
Paul is stuffed with Lazagna
Only the participants know what this means... Right Paul???
The Vicky Cam