October 02, 2007


50th Anniversary Celebration
I have just returned from a whirlwind trip to Kentucky! We traveled over 1,100 miles in less than 44 hours! Whew.......... Reason: My Mom and Dad were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary and my sisters and I threw them a surprise party! The absolute joy and delight on their faces was worth every mile we traveled. What a blessing to be able to celebrate with family and friends a most special occasion!


We set the tables in a festive fall theme. The food was Italian . . . YUM;o)

11 comments:

Candy said...

I always love to hear about anniversaries. Especially in this day and age where all I seem to hear about are divorces and divorce rates. I love wedding anniversaries. 50 years!! How special!!!

:) candy

Mrs. C said...

What a blessed heritage you have, and how blessed your parents are to have children who want to honor them!
:-)

Karen said...

How beautiful your decorations were, and how wonderful of you and your family to do this for them. I'm sure they were very honored!

Mindy said...

How wonderful!!! Glad that you had a great trip...what a blessing!
Enjoy your evening...

Michelle said...

I'm so glad you had a great time, Susan! Everything looked so lovely and festive :) I'm sure your parents were very blessed!

Jodi said...

Congratulations to your parents! What a blessing to celebrate 50 years together as man and wife! Your celebration looked beautiful.

Kelli said...

Welcome back, Susan! Happy Anniversary to your parents, how special that you traveled to celebrate with them! The decorations were so beautiful!

Hugs,
Kelli

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I love 50th Wedding Anniversaries! I'm afraid there will be fewer and fewer 50th anniversaries in years to come. Sad.

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Katherine

Lallee said...

Congratulations to your parents! I hope your mom is doing well. Were they able to come to the wedding recently? The table setting looks very pretty.

Julieann said...

YAY!!! 50 years---Happy Anniversary to your parents:)

Julieann

Mrs. U said...

What a blessing!!! What a wonderful example they have set for the world to see!!

His,
Mrs. U