Turn Back The Clock!
Time to go to Prom with your #1. We all met up at the Lodge and passed through the time-warp into the past at about 6:00 pm. The music was wonderful and we danced all night long.
We are dressed in our Prom attire, Paul's hair is slicked back, and we are ready to make the scene.
Who will get this honor this evening?
Through the doors we go into yesteryear!
The time-warp machine is ready to go into action!
Suddenly we are at the PROM!
Did You Know? - A promenade dance or promenade, commonly called a prom in American English, is a dance party for high school students. It may be offered in semi-formal black tie or informal suit for boys, and evening gowns for girls. This event is typically held near the end of the school year.
NOTE TO SELF: It is OK to act like a High School person this evening!
Vicky and Jim joined the gang this evening.
Vicky knows all the servers and she gets served first!
A handsome couple!
OK, wrap it up!
The decorations were wonderful; the Elks did it again!
Thank you Bob Z. for getting us early before the crowds arrive.
Why do skunks love Valentine's Day? Because they're scent-imental animals!
Looking good guys!
Having a load of fun!
Vicky decided to join in!
What happened to the two angels who got married? They lived harpily ever after.
Dori and Roy
I cannot control myself!
And, if you are a good girl, I'll bring a fly later!
Ah ha! She didn't hear that! I asked her to dance!
What's the best part about Valentine's Day? The day after when all the chocolate goes on sale.
"Watch your hands big guy!!"
With the stroke of a mouse, volia!
Rose petals for Miss Mary
What does a chef give their spouse for Valentine's Day? A hug and a quiche.
Right back at ya!
We love this holiday!
What's the difference between a $20 steak and a $55 steak? Feb. 14.
It's a wrap!
Keep those cards and letters coming in!
Our group is a load of fun!
We be sequined this evening.
Did You Know? - In the 1930s, sequins were made of gelatin from animal carcasses because the material could be rolled into sheets and punched into shapes. The problem was that gelatin melts when too much heat is applied, and it also dissolves in water.
We are never "board".
Did You Know? - Sewing gold, coins or sequins onto clothing became a symbol of wealth or status, and in some parts of the world was used to ward off evil spirits. As centuries passed, sequins came to serve new functions. During the 1920s, flapper dresses were often embellished with sequins to reflect the glamour of the age.
The dancing goes on!
A delightfully funny couple.
Dance baby dance!
After two loud chomps it was gone!!
Miss Tustin comes to visit our table!
I shall never take it off!
Message From Vicky! - OK tell the truth, did Paul wear his crown to bed last night? Is it all over social media? Did he super glued to his head?
I think I need a chin strap.
Messages Received: -
Vicky Kuhn: We may have created a monster, or a dictator or something. Make sure Mary that you put him in his place.!
Mary Côté: That works for me
Vicky Kuhn: Tell him he can wear it only in the designated area of the bathroom when he's on the throne.
What do you mean it went to my head??
You may begin to address me as "Your Majesty!"
The King can see all!
Miss Tustin was quite a delightful lady!
It's late and we gotta go home!
The Queen congratulates her King!
I know! I shall use thumbtacks!
What does a vampire call his Valentine? His ghoul-friend.