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Another February, another mother/daughter tea party.  But this one was a little different.

By that I mean it took place under a blanket of snow.  A big one.

A few photos:

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Another Saturday in February, another tea party.  A few photos:

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Another year, another stress-filled tea party.  Not for the guests, but certainly for Cole and me.

A few photos:

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Another week before Valentine’s Day, another Mother/Daughter Tea Party at casa de Jenkins.

Remarkable.

A few pics:

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Today Reese and Rhonda hosted the fifth annual Mother/Daughter Valentine’s Tea Party.  (The first four.)  It was the first such party I attended; I came in “disguise” as Philip the Photographer.  A few of my pics, taken with my new Sony RX100:

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Tea Party 2013

Another year, another tea party. (2012 I 2011 I 2010.)

The hostesses.

The hostesses.

Unlike years’ past, this time there were no shortage of pictures taken. There were so many good ones, in fact, that I found it impossible to narrow it down to a dozen for a blog entry. Instead, I tagged my favorites from the almost 200 pictures taken and put them in a separate Snapfish album.

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Today Rhonda hosted the third annual Mother-Daughter tea party at casa de Jenkins. (The first two.) Eleven moms, thirteen daughters and a whole lot of fun. Or at least I’m told. Unfortunately Rhonda didn’t take any pics this year — something about the battery being charged — so we’re limited to those taken by the professional photographer (forthcoming) and these, which I took with my iPhone:

One of the tea tables ...

and Finn, who didn't even attend the party but spent his afternoon instead sandwiching the outlet malls between two McDonalds.

Photo not shown: the UHaul van into which we moved two rooms full of furniture to make room for the party. Total cost of said mobile storage unit: I’d prefer to forget, but it was a lot more than if we’d have checked our furniture into a hotel.

UPDATE: Fortunately Maya Dammand brought her Windows phone and snapped some pretty nice pics.

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