Welcome To Our Winter Casual 2013 (Page One)
Time To Meet And Greet
Where is my horses do ver??
Tables are set and we are ready to go!
This is delicious! What is it?
""I love my horses do vers!"
Be careful when you reach!
Norma became a member this evening.... For the second time!
Holly is clutching the glass so hard it left permanent marks on the sides
"A toddy for the body on this cool winter evening"
Did You Know? - A hot toddy, also hot totty, and hot tottie, is typically a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot. Hot toddy recipes vary and are traditionally drunk before going to bed, or in wet or cold weather. They were once believed to relieve the symptoms of the cold and flu — in How to Drink, Victoria Moore describes the drink as "the vitamin C for health, the honey to soothe, the alcohol to numb" — but the American Lung Association recommends avoiding treating the common cold with alcoholic beverages as they cause dehydration.
Palm wine also called kallu(Tamil: கள்ளு, Malayalam: കള്ള്), palm toddy, or simply toddy (Hindi: ताड़ी), is an alcoholic beverage created from the sap of various species of palm tree such as the palmyra, date palms and coconut palms.
This drink is common in various parts of Asia and Africa, and goes by various names, such as emu and oguro in Nigeria, nsamba in Democratic Republic of the Congo, nsafufuo in Ghana, kallu in South India, matango in Cameroon tuak in North Sumatra, Indonesia, mnazi in Mijikenda, Kenya goribon (Rungus) in Sabah, Borneo, and tuba in the Philippines, Borneo and Mexico.
In the Philippines, tubâ refers both to the freshly harvested sweetish sap and the one with the red lauan-tree tan bark colorant. In Leyte, the red tuba is aged for up to one to two years such that an echoing ring is made when a glass container is tapped[clarification needed]; this type of tubâ is called bahalina. Toddy is also consumed in Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
A pair to draw to!
In the memory book many years fro now
"Yes.... We got it!"
Nita.... Always surrounded by handsome men
"Heaven, I'm in heaven, and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak..."
Did You Know? - "Cheek to Cheek" is a song written by Irving Berlin, for the Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers movie Top Hat (1935). In the movie, Astaire sings the song to Rogers as they dance. The song was nominated for the Best Song Academy Award for 1936, which it lost to "Lullaby of Broadway". Astaire's recording of the song in 1935 spent five weeks at #1 on Your Hit Parade and was named the #1 song of 1935. Astaire's 1935 recording with the Leo Reisman Orchestra was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000.
The song is probably most famous for its opening lines, "Heaven, I'm in heaven, and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak..." and quickly became a standard of the Great American Songbook. The lyrics were parodied by Berlin himself in his subsequent song He Ain't Got Rhythm, from the film On the Avenue (1937).
"Checking the Naughty or Nice list???"
"OK... The party can now officially begin!!"
"Hey! We are not the last one here"
Fred is practicing holding wine glasses without spilling....
Fred is a technicolor kind of guy
Wayne is ready to go!
Guests Dori and Roy first to hit the floor....
Marcia and Leon are celebrating their 56th anniversary
"When I look in your eyes, I see....."
Visiting is well underway
The room is warming up
The Yorba Linda Event Manager makes sure all is going well!!!
"Hey... I hear the dinner bell!"