With Cerwin’s family
While we waited for everyone to come, I noticed a beautiful sunset.
Isn’t it interesting that sunsets are never identical?
I enjoyed standing in our yard and seeing the tattered leaves and shellbarks silhouetted in the sunset.
By 5:45 everyone was here and it was time to enjoy the delicious food each family brought.
My contribution was baked mini ham and cheese sandwiches. The brown sugar/Worcestershire sauce/mustard topping makes them delicious.
Macaroni and cheese and two sweet potato dishes.
Our niece Crystal tried vegetable pizza for the first time. She will have to make that again sometime.
The desserts were yummy.
Cerwin’s sister Doris and her husband, Bob (upper right) were visiting from Minnesota and wanted to see as many family members as possible.
We set the tables for 28 and had one empty seat.
We were grateful that a few of the guys helped Cerwin put the tables away and roll up the carpet – so he could be ready to leave on a hunting trip in the morning. This time he is with our son Jere and granddaughter Jana.