Monday, March 12, 2012

Happy Birthday Honey B

{Mrs Honey, Honey B and one extra large birthday candle}

Almost a month ago now, on a Sunday, The Honey's, The Husband, Gatz and me all headed out of Le Petit Village, west towards Avignon and Honey B's surprise birthday party (Honey Jr's older brother... remember him?)

There was lunch for 70 people (that's a whole lot of people to keep a surprise a secret but somehow we did) and after we ate, the boys played Pétanque...


while the girls danced the afternoon away...


because there was a DJ (crazy, right?!)

And from now on, 
Sunday lunch just won't be Sunday lunch 
without a DJ.

bisou

19 comments:

  1. lunch for 70??? yikes!! only in france... ;-) love that dancing and petanque combo......now i'm off to read the posts i missed

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  2. I want to dance in France! Ha...that rhymed! =P

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  3. Hi Sara Louise!

    I love how the girls were having a dance party! That's what I love about us women, give us a few cocktails and suddenly we think we're Jennifer Lopez!

    Looks like a fun Sunday! Can I come next time!? : )

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  4. Holy crap!! That's a huge lunch!!!
    Those French people sound like they know how to party! :)

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  5. That's awesome! A sunday lunch with a DJ? Yes, please!

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  6. Happy Birthday Honey B!
    Sorry that I missed your party. Apparently my invite must have become lost in the mail. Sorry, Poste!
    m.

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  7. That sounds like a wicked birthday!! And I need to look up Petanque because I have no idea what it is!

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  8. What a wonderful BIRTHDAY! How great to have a DJ! I love to dance :)

    Thanks for stopping by today and leaving the nice comment and I'm happy to follow you back!

    We have a trip planned to Paris in June - so this blog is perfect!

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  9. So I'm curious if French DJs have any French classics they play (you know, comparable to the chicken, electric slide or cotton eyed joe in the states)? And please tell me you've introduced The Honey's to at least one of these US favorites.

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  10. What fun! I love to dance! Where was this fabulous lunch held? And, what did you eat? I love all the details....

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  11. What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon! And chickster's question about France's version to America's Cotton Eyed Joe has me curious. So... do they do the electric slide in France?

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  12. What a fun Sunday! I love the way French gatherings often involve a game of pétanque.
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.com/

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  13. Between this post and the last, all I can conclude is that I don't attend nearly enough parties. So I will live vicariously through you. ;)

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  14. There should always be a DJ at a birthday party. And giant sparkler candles. : )

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  15. Okay, you guys know how to party! A DJ for Sunday lunch? Only 70 people? I'll be marking my calendar for next year... what's the plan?

    Bises,
    Genie

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  16. 70 people? Holy moley, that's impressive. Glad I wasn't cooking! Bet you all had a ball.

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  17. dang, you people know how to party!!! sunday lunch dj - brilliant idea!

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  18. I've done a sunday lunch with a dj before. i agree. it changes all perception. sounds great!

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