group of ladies turned out to celebrate the Crimson Crones 7th
birthday at the Northwest Grille, located in the Shilo Inn.
January birthdays were recognized for Queen Jill (who was in
California), Jean Bryant, and Evy Cook. As we
celebrated the beginning of our 8th year, many thanks to Jean Bryant for
reciting the poem "Warning" with such feeling that we all
felt it was written just for us.
several games, including HE SAID SHE SAID, HAVE YOU EVER, REPLACE
YOUR HUSBAND (or significant other), and THE WOMEN GAME.
Lots of laughs and fun were had by all. Each game also seemed to
bring back memories of similar situations we've all experienced in our own
lives. While they might not have seemed funny at the time, we can
now look back with a grin and chuckle.
enjoying birthday cake, we wrapped up the afternoon singing "Maalox
and Nose Drops" (to the tune "My Favorite Things"
that Julie Andrews made famous in The Sound of Music.)