Anniversary Breakfast Outfit
Yellow wrap dress - AshleyStewart
Camel slingback shoes - Macys???
sorority poddle pin in royal blue and gold
Ofcourse my little cousin was there as well. She was the one that invited me to this breakfast. It was really nice to spend time with her. These other two ladies are both good friends with my mother and aunts who are also sorors as well. These two were so delighted to see the legacy of our sorority continue in our family. They just kept asking everyone, "do you know who these two are" It was really cute. Im glad that we are a stellar example for our family sorority legacy.
After the breakfast, I stopped past my grandmother's house and spent the rest of the evening there. Here are a few pics of my little cousin playing in my wig, lol! She is soooo cute!
The many faces of Ali-Boo!
While I was there, a few of my other cousins came by, with their children. My grandparents were so delighted to have all of us around them. My grandma gave us granddaughters a cooking lesson, on making gravy and making fry cornbread. We recorded the whole thing, cuz it was priceless, lol!
These are a few shots of my cousin's daughter - Taylor. I give most of the great-grands and some of the younger cousins nicknames.. this little sweetie is named "LadyBug" and "Animal" (from the Muppets, yup, she acts just like that, lol)
The next morning, I attended the worship service for the 70th Chapter Anniversary.
Royal Blue dress - K&G
Yellow linen sorority jacket - Custom made by Jessica London
Pearls - from another dress
Gold shoes - Jessica Simpson
The worship service was excellent. The pastor did a superb job of biblically explaining about our destiny and perserverance. If we settle in a place that is comfortable we will never reach our full potential of where we are destined to go. And its very possible that when we do decide to move to our new location, our destiny, that we will leave some folks behind who arent yet ready to move. They like it comfortable and the old way, the way it has alwyas been. But the biggest drawback of not moving to our destiny is that when we make a decision to stay where we are comfortable, we are stifling the growth of future generations as well. Because they are forced to stay where we have made them a home not knowing that there are greater things out there. AAAHH, it was an excellent sermon. (Genesis 11:27-32; 12:1-7)
This is a picture of the directorate of the graduate chapter,
decked out in all their royal blue and gold.