End Of Summer Celebration At The Roberts

Did someone say "party"  

After Dinner "Adult Shenanigans" (Page Three)

Tummies are full... The "youngsters" are about to leave so the real "heavy lifting" soon begins!   Heavy lifting refers to the wine bottles!

It's time to share stories, share more laughs, and bid the night farewell!

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Bob grabs the lollypop before anyone else!

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The Executive Chef has the grill back in ship-shape order

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Grant says goodbye!

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Joe and Amy round up the herd!

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"Hey guys! Wait for me!"

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Kathy does a final check to see what might be left behind

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Brian is after some additional water melon

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Brian was worried about the zika virus...
Vicky has the solution... You are safe now!

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"Do we have to go?"

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Four flavors: Pickle, Vinegar, Seaweed, and Spicy Tomato

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Everyone gets a See's Candy lolly-pop

 

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Sue gets going first!

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"It's simple! No good story ever starts off with Oce Upon A Time"

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OK... If you are NOT going to smile!

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Del cannot believe what he is hearning....

Did You Know? - “If it’s very painful for you to criticize your friends — you’re safe in doing it. But if you take the slightest pleasure in it, that’s the time to hold your tongue.” – Alice Duer Miller

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Donna begins the "Never Ending Story"

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Taking it all in!

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Executive Chef Ed finally gets to rest

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The stories get wilder and wilder

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The Million Dollar Smile

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We like the delivery more than the story.... Donna has a way with words!

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...and then... along cames Jones... No! No! Not that Jones

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The waters are all quiet until....

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...we get a visitor

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"Hey... Look at the guys! They think we girls wear wild colors!"

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Looks like a psychedelic experience

Did You Know? - The psychedelic is a concept the name of which is derived from the Ancient Greek words psychē (ψυχή, "soul") and dēloun (δηλοῦν, "to make visible, to reveal"), translating to "mind-revealing".

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Were does one start and the other one end?

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Paul adds to the confusion.... Which one is Paul?

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"You want clevage?"

Did You Know? - Buttock cleavage is minor exposure of the buttocks and the intergluteal cleft between them, often because of low-slung or loose trousers. The crena is another formal term for the cleft between the buttocks, and the medical term is posterior rugae.

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Great fun with wonderful friends

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Paul will get in trouble with this one....
Jan has to open Brian's lollypop

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Saying goodnight

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We are off to the OC... See you Thursday!

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Thank you Kathy and Ed for a most wonderful afternoon and evening

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Did You Know? - “I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen.” – Ernest Hemingway