(By this time I had about six bunches of flowers.)
And my next clue was a puzzle.
So we head over to Barnes and Noble to find a table so I could intensely work.
(The puzzle was painted by Chloe, even though she tried to convince me that Phil Keoghan painted it.)
So off to the frozen yogurt store we went and surprise – two more granddaughters waiting for me … with another bunch of flowers.
They had already concocted what I was suppose to eat BEFORE I received my next clue.
A group. A bouquet. A brush.
Have your driver take you to ….
Complete the task to get your next clue.
So off we went again.
But first here is a picture of the girls as they were preparing to go to their specified stations:
So off we went to Steve and Kelli’s house where a few more bouquets of flowers were waiting and the tables setup for painting!
Thanks so much to Ruth Wick for taking us step-by-step through the process … (And notice the halo around Jim’s head.)
And our finished product …
Another clue this one telling me we were having Chinese for dinner
And of course, a beautiful birthday cake —
Thanks to my family for giving me a very creative, cool and fun birthday. Love you all so much!
Thanks to Karen Kauffman for designing the “clue logo.”
And thanks to the florist who grew my multitude of “daisies.” (Like 15 dozen or so.)
And that’s why it was a memorable birthday – for sure.