Monday, June 15, 2009

Party #2 Battlefield High Graduation Party

Jack and I attended a Battlefield High graduation party in Piedmont. What great fun. What a great graduation party. What a wonderful event for the neighbors to attend for two really sweet and cute Battlefield graduates. Look below.
From left to right: Megan, the beaming graduate, Megan's proud Mom, and Megan's extra proud Grandmother.
Now from right to left: Megan's steady date who also graduated Friday night from Battlefield High, the steady date's proud Mom and the steady date's extra proud Grandmother. Wow, what can I say but these two families have great, great genes for beauty and youth!

Party Central: the kitchen island that was teeming with Mexican appetizers. I loved that avocado and tomato dip. Yum, yum. And what libations went with this great Mexican spread? Well, of course, a variety of Mexican beers and margaritas straight from the margarita machines.

The dining room table was loaded down with cooked beef, pork, shrimp and scallops for making your own soft tacos complete with Mexican cheese, tomatoes and avocados. Beautifully done. And it tasted scrumptious! And now look below. Here comes dessert.

Chocolate brownies, green grapes, chocolate covered strawberries and M & M's in the colors of Battlefield High: purple, black and white with the names of two very important Battlefield grads.

Here's a great display of childhood memories. Megan, you kept getting cuter and cuter and cuter thru the years. Now you are drop dead gorgeous just like your Mom and Grandmother.
When I took this shot of the photo display I didn't realize until I got home and uploaded the photos that this collage gives Megan's school history. Double click on this photo to see where Megan has attended school and where she will attend school this fall.
Congratulations Megan!

1 comment:

DragonQuilter said...

What a fun party and I have to say it was a reassuring sight to see these two kids launched out of high school...wish more kids were like them, I'd feel much more secure in our future with more kids like these two!