Some Kisses Aren’t Just a Kiss

This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt features a kiss. This was my parent’s 25th wedding anniversary August 4, 1976. My sisters and I planned this event. How we were able to keep it a secret from them is still a surprise to me.

Their very best friends, another couple took them out to Sunday brunch. By the time they arrived home from brunch the field next to our house was filled with cars. The house was filled with guests and decked out. My father wasn’t one to make a big deal of things so this was the only way we could have gotten him to go along with this.

When someone throws a party is at your own home I guess you can’t avoid it.
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About Crazy as a Cool Fox

Social media professional, blogger extraordinaire, magical computer wizard. I have a great interested in digital branding and marketing strategy. My company Chill Fox Media is up and running providing clients with services such as; building relationships with customers, targeting traffic / ROI, and managing content. Chill Fox Media also provides a marketing strategy and personalized service. I'll am self taught and self made in this ever changing industry.
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One Response to Some Kisses Aren’t Just a Kiss

  1. boundforoz says:

    Well done. The only time I’ve done something similar was for my mother’s 85th birthday – a lot of the guests were family members of the long-time friend guests who had been roped in to provide transport

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