It’s a Ladies’ Thing

For several years now, when my one and only niece has a birthday, we celebrate by having a ladies’ only luncheon. 

Since both my niece and sister-in-law love Chinese food and my brother doesn’t (which means they seldom get to eat it), Em wanted to celebrate her Sweet 16th birthday at one of our long-time favorite Chinese food restaurants.

Upon ordering, it was discovered that Em has never had a Pu Pu Platter before. She wasn’t sure she wanted one, but my SIL insisted on it. After having to convince her that, “No, it is not a plate of what the name sounds like” (hmm, not sure where she got that idea – wink, wink) and then assuring her that it really was not made up of other things that some-favorite-aunt told her it contained, she obliged. And she liked it.

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This is an annual event that we all look forward to! Just us ladies.

(It was very dark (and yellow) in the restaurant, but wanted to grab a quick shot to mark the occasion.) 

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It’s a ladies’ thing!

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