Family Reunion Forum
Re: When is a "Family Reunion" Called......
In Response To: When is a "Family Reunion" Called...... ()
I'm doing well Melvin. I was just curious. I have planned or been a part of all of the above and others have referred to them as "family reunions" and I guess I never looked at it like that. Last week I came back from a "family reunion" (Mom's Retirement Celebration.) It was good to see our oldest living relative, my 84 year old great uncle. He's still looks good and has promised to visit me next summer "if the Lord's willing."
By the way, next weekend I will be having another "family reunion." I will be having a cookout reuniting my dad with two of his first cousins on his dad's side of the family. The big plus is, my cousin will be bringing me a copy of the wedding photo of my great grandparents, Layton Joines and Flonnie Geneva Burch. He was 27+ and she was 14. So we will have a bundle of blessings.
Thanks for everyone's two cents and I have a broader meaning of "family reunion."