Monday, October 3, 2011

My 50th Birthday in Maine

I turned 50 last month, but my family celebrated with me in July.  My mom and 5 siblings and I all met in Kennebunkport, Maine for 3 of the most wonderful and relaxing days of my life!
I couldn't have asked for a better group to celebrate with and I've never been to the ocean before so that was a double win for me. 
I could really live near the ocean. 
The sun...the water
It is so beautiful!


 This is me, my sister Stacey, my brother Mike, my sister Robyn, my Momma
my sister Cathy and my brother Danny.


 Stacey found a bottle of wine when she went to Australia called "Four Sisters" wine so she bought it and brought it along for the celebration.


 Mike and me at the beach.  I haven't worn a swimming suit in over 15 years.  It felt so nice to be out in the sun and of course I had to buy a yellow bucket so I could play on the beach and collect sea shells.



We drank wine in the evenings, played games and drank more wine. 
We had so much fun playing the games and talking. 
 I guess I talk to much when I drink and keep everyone up all night.
  My bad! 


 I got a little sunburned....to put it mildly. 
My poor boobies hurt for a week!


 We got silly in the gift shop. 
 I found some party sunglasses and a birthday party hat.


and I LOVED the morning walks on the beach.

I had such a wonderful time
and can't wait for my brother Danny to turn 50
so me, mom and my sibling can all get together again
 and see what adventure we go on!


2 comments:

Cathy said...

Great memories were definitely made. Happy birthday Sherry.

Melinda Cornish said...

and what a gorgeous 50 we are! I turned in August...

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