Earl Worsham, our good friend and fellow Weimaraner owner, turns 80 this month and his eldest daughter Lisa turns 60, so it was a wonderful excuse for the family to host a fabulous party. Pictured are his wonderful daughters, Lisa, Henslee, Elizabeth and Lynn
Lisa and her beautiful and wonderful family from Washington State/California. Knowing her children really give me hope for the future, they are smart, poised, funny and delightful young adults and I am sure will make their mark in this world.
We hadn't seen Michael and Maria in quite some time, first met them at Norton Creek when they were still in school studying music. Michael and Maria are both originally from St Petersburg, Russia and came to the US in the 90's, with their mother, an accomplished opera singer. Michael is interested in becoming a Weim owner!
Lisa's husband Charlie and son Ben showing off their tap dancing skills as part of the entertainment.
Party tent, note the chandeliers. A huge weather front came thru on Sunday evening prior to the caterers and tent folks coming, and swept this tent off the hill, broken glass everywhere in the English Garden where it was set up.
Margit and Earl have some really cool statuary, small and large. This little guy is sinking into the ivy. . .
Earl and his friend Elvis. Elvis watches Earl's every move and always knows where he is. Elvis became a member of the Worsham household thru Margit's son's Sven's family, and has attached himself totally to Earl. I think the feeling is mutual.