Here’s the view from my uncle back yard
To celebrate the 20e year of our family reunion, we decided to pay a caterer. We ordered “fricot” (is like a chicken soup/stew). That way all my uncles and aunts didn’t have to cook. They still don’t let us do it and we are all over 30 years old. We will remember the “fricot” for the rest of our life. The caterer had forgotten to put the chicken bag in when she took it off to get the bones out. So our “fricot” had potatoes, turnip and carrots. Let just say that this was put down in our memory book. Ha ha!
We have activities/games on Saturday evening. Here’s Valerie try to take a bit at her apple.
Being with my extended family for the weekend is so relaxing. We are a really close bunch. I love that we stayed close even if my pépère (grandfather) passed away in 1987. There’s no stress. No one wears a watch and we are always wondering what time it is. A man that was there for the first time commented that we look like a family that doesn’t have any problems and stress, and that enjoy life to the max!
It was a great weekend (as always). We did get a few showers, but it didn’t last more the 5 minutes at the time. One of my cousin even gave Valérie a ride on his seadoo. She was so excited.
I’m already looking to next year and so are the girls.