Monday, March 1, 2010

Celebration















My daughter Heather (25), a blogger, amateur photographer and now baccalaureate landed a new executive position. As you all will recognize, this calls for a party! The party goers decided that they want to go to Fleming's Steak House
As father of the brood, it falls me to pay the bill, which I am proud to do.  I asked Heather what's the first thing she'll buy with her new found salary.

She thinks that a new BMW would be the way to go...

11 comments:

Opus #6 said...

That's so great! Congrats to Heather.

The Fien Family said...

I hate you all...what did I get for graduating and already having a job? hmmmm...that's a good question. hahahaha j/k.

LL said...

As I recall, I didn't have money burning a hole in my pocket then, nor was I hungry for a steak...

LL said...

The tenor of "celebrations" now with grandchildren in the family have taken the expensive restaurant banquets off the negotiating table. It's a hamburger at grandpa's house -- until the little ones get older and can be baby-sat long enough to go back on the fancy food circuit.

Of course, this doesn't apply to celebrations sans children with children of their own...

Teresa said...

That is sweet! A steakhouse party and a BMW. Congrats to Heather!

Heather L said...

Thanks everyone!... Amanda you sound a little bitter! lol

LL said...

Though I have been to Fleming's Steak House many times, I don't recall enjoying a meal more. It is my favorite place to eat a steak - but this meal really topped the list of great meals. Maybe it was because we were celebrating TWO new jobs (Heather & Emilie) both have new jobs -- yes, Shar is now paying Emilie.

darlin said...

Congrats Heather, way to go! That BMW looks pretty tempting!

LL you are such a wonderful father, I only wish that my dad was here to help me celebrate when I receive my degree. I'm sure that he's going to be smiling down on me as is my mother. :-)

Bitmap said...

Congrats. It's good to see someone making a good start.

WoFat said...

Heather -
Just think, you get to support your dad in his old age. Like . . . next week.

Azra said...

Congrats to Heather!! Another reason to be a proud Dad :)

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