Our first stop was an estate sale in my neighborhood. A friend of hers read about it and suggested she stop in so we did. Oh my, so sad. The home is a 1927 stucco, I am pretty confident it hasn't been touched since the 40's. The paint was ancient and it was filthy. The woman had passed on many years ago and the gentleman's family has finally taken him to reside with them leaving many years of dirt and despair to be removed. Ceilings were falling in, mold was eating away the wooden window sills as well as walls. The odor inside and out was horrendous. Pam was interested in typewriters and sewing machines ... hummm, machines were all gone and the typewriters were electric and gross. The girls found a few treasures, I held onto my money!
|And for dessert .... Kahlua Chocolate Cake! I'm shoveling in a bite into Pam's face. This stuff was to die for, OMG it was manna from heaven. She took the leftovers home to her 4 year old Olivia, lucky kid!|
|Presents of course .... (that's the best part of a party)|
|Group photo time, look at those happy faces, it's from the Khalua' cake!!|
|Silly shopping ... they had a small bridal section and we just had to try on a few "bachelorette veils."|
My personal favorite! Check out the giant engagement ring on her head! I mean really, do people buy these things and wear them? And the hot pink bow ... really????