Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Red Hat Society Members Shopping and Lunch

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Members of the New Mexico Roadrunner Chapter of the Red Hat Society in Alamogordo, New Mexico gathered in town to do some shopping (the favorite sport of the RHS) and then to Applebee's for lunch. I was unable to join in for the shopping as I was still recuperating from a concussion, but I understand from all the conversation that many good purchases were made.

Queen Ladybird aka Carla K. and Vice Queen Donna had stories to tell about the Indianapolis RHS Convention and Miss Kitty's Social Club event in Durango, Colorado. Several were excited to hear that the convention next year will be in San Antonio, Texas.

L to R: Early arrivals Donna, Karen, Jean, Carmen and Carla K.
Carmen, the cruise queen
Jean, our world traveler
Karen, another avid traveler
Our Mountain Girls from High Rolls, Margie and Alice
Almost everyone has arrived
Alice and Margie perusing the menu
Carla, relating information to the group
Carla aka Queen Ladybird. Can you tell her hubby is the photographer?
Kay, a prospective new Red Hatter
Vice Queen Donna wearing a hat she decorated
Another one of our Mountain Girls from High Rolls, Flo, looking quite elegant
Another random shot of the group
This is Terry from Tularosa who has been MIA due to a broken foot
One of our waitresses reading the ad that Doug and I are in published in "Mirage" Alumi Magazine of the University of New Mexico
Vice Queen Donna relating some of her experiences in Durango, Colorado
Sweet member Lynne. We are always glad to see her when she is able to come.
Trudy is Gail's sidekick and also always ready to have a good time
Gail, a lovely looking Red Hatter all the way
Queen Ladybird (aka Carla K.) finally made it to that end of the table to visit with Gail and Trudy
This was a FUN luncheon and everyone had a grand time visiting and telling stories. The NMRC is quite an eclectic group of women who all get along well and enjoy each other's company. As Queen, I am most fortunate that it has worked out this way. Each and every lady is very dear to me.

Thanks to Douglas A. Kerr, Photography for the great pictures and for driving Queen Ladybird to the event.

This is all I have to say for now.

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