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Unread 06-07-2012, 08:23 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by StampinGoodDeeds View Post
Looks like a lot of fun, Sharon! I have a friend in Utah who has regular teas with her sisters and all their kids/granddaughters too. I'm envious. I don't have many friends/family in this area, moved here 5 years ago, so no one to have tea with really. My SIL and MIL love tea but aren't out and about much anymore as they are in their 70s/late 80s. I am thinking about hosting a tea party though and inviting the ladies at church and such sometime to see who comes. I hosted a brunch one day but only 3 made it! Hard to get folks out it seems even for free food!

Our Girl Scout service unit used to hold a Mother's Day tea every year. One troop would be responsible for tea and punch, one for finger sandwiches, one for table decorations, two or three for sweet treats. The individual troops did the invitations for their mom.
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