Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Raising Maidens of Virtue Tea

Last night was the last "Raising Maidens of Virtue" meeting! For the event we had a delightful Tea/Dinner. Pictures Below! :)



Most of the girls that came. :)


Melinda, Adrianna, Susanna, Lily and I in our Historical Garb! :)


Three sisters played violins and piano! Beautiful!!


Mom's enjoying the music.


Tiff, Melissa and I performing our Sulfa (or 'Salsa' as mom fondly calls it. We kindly informed her that she would have to get David to dance that for her...roflol!)


Whitney Creath played her harp for us all! It was gorgeous!


Abigail and Grace performed "When He Cometh"


Mrs. King and Annie. Looking oh so lovely!!


The little girls watched from the balcony! :D


Sorry, had to put the above up. Emma's face is to die for. :D



Some of the young ladies gathered for a photo. And *horror of horrors* what is Emil doing in the background??!! roflol! :D

15 comments:

Emil said...

LOL, I tried to get out of the picture....

Joe McLean said...

Haha! Why would he be at a girl thing? I guess my brother did sit in on one of your moms workshops about being a good wife... but he had to =P

Jessica NicDhòmhnaill said...

Emil, lol...SURE! :D *grin*

Joe, cause we couldn't do without him! LOL. just kidding! :D He, his brother and another guy from church all came, but they stayed in the basement with the dads. :) Well...except when this photo was taken obviously. LOL.

jessica

Ashton said...

Yes, that's it...we /had/ to be there.

...and we made sure that some of the desserts had the men's approval, of course. ;)

Emil said...

*bows*

Ahem, As always I agree with my brother. LOL

Jessica NicDhòmhnaill said...

ROFLOL! :D

What would we have done without you guys? LOL! :D

Elissa said...

Oh, Jessica, I LOVE your dress (and Tiffany and Melissa's too!) and I LOVE LOVE LOVE your hair, I wish I could do something like that with my hair!

Jessica NicDhòmhnaill said...

Thank you, Elissa! :) Tiff did my hair (she's soooo good at it!) and she made our dresses! *grin* They were actually made for Easter, but they work for Teas too! :)

Joe McLean said...

Ashton, yeah that's my job here; I have to make sure dinner wasn't poisoned before everyone else eats some. It's a grueling job, but it keeps me on my toes.

The Pookie said...

Jessica... dahling... You have this terrible ability to cause your friends to commit the sin of great jealousy. MAKE WAY - I'M MOVING IN WITH YOU!!!!!!!!!

Jessica NicDhòmhnaill said...

lol! :D You are TOTALLY welcome to move in with us, Brooke!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

darby said...

guess what? we had a dance last night! We learned a new one called "the fairfield fancy" have you ever done that one?darby

The Serven Clan said...

Dear Jessica,

We'll have to steal your idea and have our own mother-daughter tea down here in St. Louis!

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BelovedPeace said...

How nice Jessica! :-)
Us girls went to a girls tea at the beginning of Sep. (Or sometime like that... ;-)). We had to drive like 2 and a half, to 3 hours or something to get there!! :-)
Thats great you had fun!! :-)
Love, Amy :O)

Anonymous said...

Y'all are funny! Beautiful dresses and i love you guys' hair!