|"Beverly's Bra" made by my friend Rachel and dedicated to her sister-in-law, Beverly, who recently lost her life to breast cancer.|
|Good & Plenty|
|Life without a Mammogram|
|Look at these Puppies!|
|Over Easy "Yokes on You"|
|Texas Hold 'Em|
|Prizes included gift baskets, picture, therapeutic pillow and more.|
|These quilts were also prizes. Aren't they beautiful?|
|Two spatulas, flexible cutting boards, to-do-list, shopping list, tablet, pizza party music, plastic drinking bottle (not shown) plastic container for trinkets or whatever, measuring cups and spoons, and coffee.|
|Roman (l) and Steve (r)|
Then E.J. took the stage. Curtis joined her in the first number. The two of them made beautiful music together!
If you could have seen this women a couple of years ago, you wouldn't believe THIS is the same person. She was in a wheel chair ALL THE TIME and was about 100 pounds heavier. Doesn't she look great?
Line dancing is a favorite at the park.
Of COURSE, it wouldn't be a dance without the DISCO BALL, right?
During the halfway point of the dance, some of the bras were brought in for those who didn't get to see them in the exhibit. But this time - they were on LIVE models.
|This is our friend Don. He told us that he was embarrassed to do this, but it was for a good cause.|
|What a sweet tutu!|
|This was the big bra hanging above the door to the exhibit. I TOLD you it was big!|
|All of a sudden, Don doesn't seem so embarrassed, does he as he attacks our other friend, Mike.|
|(Camille, activities director all the way on the right)|
So this was Jim's version of "wearing pink" to the dance.
|Pink napkins (that they gave out AT THE DANCE) stuffed into his pockets. DO YOU FEEL MY PAIN PEOPLE?|
And so, that was my wild and fun weekend at the resort. And it's only week one. Oh boy!