It was this beautiful lady’s birthday.
And to celebrate, the girls had tea at Grand America.
We wanted Grandma to sit in the middle for the typical matriarchal picture, but she wanted to be on the side. So she got to be on the side. Cause it’s her birthday.
I’ve got a gorgeous family. And they’re all freaking smart too. And funny. And weird.
We watched a flower bloom in hot water. We each took a sip.
And then we slobbered all over these babies.
And ate pink macaroons, chocolate mousse, and raspberry cakes.
We love her.
Rian set a high standard for dress attire when she told us last week that she had bought a new dress for the occasion.
And it looked adorable on her, didn’t it?
Mom looking gorgeous as always.
As well as lovely Sarah.
Mira Madeera was funny and quirky and beautiful. (She’s getting so old, I can’t stand it).
I drank Coco Chai.
The cute cousins (yes, I’m one of them.)
Things I loved about this tea party:
-My beautiful family
-Just the girls
-Chocolate chocolate chocolate
-Grandpa popped in and took a bunch of pictures of us and the waiter looked at me and said, “Oh, is this your personal photographer?” I said, “Of course. I don’t go anywhere without my personal photographer,” and he said, “Tell me who you are! I promise I won’t tell anybody.” And then I had to tell him I was kidding. Those days are good when you’re mistaken as a celebrity. Let’s go to the Grand America more often!
-Looking outside the enormous windows.
-Sitting on upholstered seats.
-Wearing dresses and looking snazzy.
I love my family. I love these intelligent, beautiful women.
My first official tea party! Have you guys ever been to a tea party? Who do you have tea with? What’s your favorite kind of tea?
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