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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tea stands for Cancer Fundraiser

For TEA this week I have a multitude of pictures to share.  We traveled to Ramona, CA for a cancer fundraiser that was put on for one of my son's employees.  It was discovered, early this summer, that he the had three cancer tumors, stage 4 in his head.  They could remove all but one, and he is right at the end of all the treatments and is doing quite well, for the circumstances.  So, with a multitude of bills, even though he has insurance, my son, friends and family put on this fundraiser. Of all the pictures I took and I didn't get one of Brian and his family, of course just trying to get them together FOR a picture was an other story.  His daughter and son were too busy having fun with all the rest of the kids.  I don't know how much was raised, but there were over 200 people at $20.00 a plate or $40. for a family.  Brian has kept a positive attitude and a smile on his face, and we are blessed to call him and his family our friends.
So, now get your cups filled, 'cause we are onto the pictures.............. you may have to click on them to see the labels.
 

Ernie has quite the setup for something like this, and does a lot of special parties

The bands were really good, and played a large selection of music

I was really taken in by how he had everything set up, and what he had collected.


Some of the pictures were taken from the roof of the saloon
It was a great weekend, but we were pooped when we got home at 11:30 PM Sunday night.  Monday there was the unloading of the Playhouse, that includes a 300 lb BBQ we took with us.  Of course what is brought back into the house had to be put away, and the laundry done.  Since we were a dry camp, that means all the holding tanks of the trailer have to be emptied and rinsed and emptied again.  Then DH got called to work and I finished up everything that I could.  When he finally got back home we sat down to relax, and I promptly fell asleep.....and that is how we spent our 41st anniversary......and why I'm so late in getting this posted for Tea with Elizabeth this week. 
Since I fell asleep so early last night all the pictures were still on my camera this morning....LOL


Thanks for stopping by weather it was for tea, or just because, let me know you were here.

Inky Hugs
Krisha

Ernie has this posted in the saloon....thought it was fitting....LOL

16 comments:

  1. First and most importantly...Happy Anniversary to both of you! 41years is a wonderful milestone!

    It looks like a wonderful weekend was had by all..having fun for such a worthy cause!

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  2. Happy Anniversary Krisha. Wow that looks like a great place to have a party and such a wonderful cause. Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Happy 41st anniversary to you and hubby!! Looks like that was such a great fundraiser-for a loving cause- and so many cool things there too. Happy resting and happy T day!

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  4. Hi Krisha!

    Looks like a great time was had by all. What a wonderful thing to do. Thank you so much for sharing on this T day! Hugs! deb

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  5. Well Happy Anniversary!! That looks like quite a cool place. What a great thing to do for a fundraiser. I'm usre everyone was well fed. :)
    Love that poster at the end...truth. :)

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  6. What a smashing way to celebrate your milestone, by helping others. Congratulations. Thank you for your comment on my post too (hugs)
    Happy T Day :o))

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  7. Before I forget, happy, happy belated anniversary. Sounds like you and I were on the same wavelength sleepwise.

    I'm late getting here, because my body needed a rest too today. I was up at 3 am after only two hours sleep, cleaned my kitchen, mopped the kitchen floor, visited a few T friends, went to the bank, then went shopping. Came home about 2 pm, put things away, and promptly fell asleep.

    What a remarkable place. I really enjoyed the array of photos and how you put them together. I love to live vicariously, so this was a really enjoyable treat to see all the people who showed up for the fundraiser. Worthy cause, too, I might add.

    Thanks for sharing your weekend with us for T this week. Once again, happy, happy 41st.

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  8. Happy Anniversary to you two! You manage to get around with the Playhouse quite a bit don't you? Looks like a great party for a good cause.

    Darla

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  9. Happy Anni! even tho you were tired, you know you did so much good.
    thanks for sharing.

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  10. Congratulations ! What a fab plce to celebrate! Thank you for sharing all this photos with us!

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  11. Happy Happy Anniversary ... 41 years is fabulous!
    Thank you for sharing this super and most worthy event with us Krisha.
    Your photos are fabulous.
    Happy day after T day to ya
    oxo

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  12. Happy Anniversary!

    The fundraiser sounds like a fun event and a worthy cause. I'm glad he responded well to treatment. :)

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  13. What a wonderful event to attend and kind of sad as well. It looks like everyone did have a great time and hopefully the fundraiser will put a good dent in the bills. I do love the way you spent your 41st wedding anniversary. Happy Anniversary!

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  14. happy anniversary. 41 is most of your life. That is the bad side of RV travel the putting away and the laundry. What a kind way to help and employee to have your family all participate. Hope he is OK.
    Monica

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  15. Hello and Happy T Day a little late. Happy belated Anniversary! So sorry to hear about the friend, how wonderful so many came out to help raise money for him. Great collage pictures, looks like a fun time and yummy food I'm sure. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. what a marvelous event, and kudos to your family for organizing it! that is an awesome-looking venue-love the old truck and that gorgeous fire pit. you guys did a good thing and best wishes to the cancer patient and his family. this will be a good memory for them all.

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