Monday, June 25, 2007

2007-06-01 Key Largo Middle School Graduation Party at Holiday Inn Key Largo, Florida Keys

You don't have to be a star baby, to be in my show. The 8th grade class of Key Largo School were treated like VIPs by the VIP Parent association. They were made to feel like Hollywood Stars complete with Oscar Awards for various achievements such as, best smile, best dressed and funniest. The room was decorated in red carpet style. There were movie posters on the walls and stars hung from the ceiling. Tonight, I wasn't the only one in tuxedo. Quite a few of the young people were dressed in high fashion. It is fun to dress up and go out! The majority of the party people were in the mood for the latest hip hop and r&b. That is what I gave 'em. The kids were laughing and dancing and sweating. It was a great time. I enjoyed myself and I got a lot of compliments. Happy to entertain. I wish them well at Coral Shores High School next year. The pictures that I took are here:

Public Service Message: Be cool, stay in school.
2007-05-27 Jacquie's Medical School Graduation Party Private Residence Coral Gables, Florida

Is there a doctor in the house? There sure was tonight. We had a blast in The Gables. Jacquie's family and friends were so proud of her for graduating from medical school. They gave her a great send off on her way down the professional path. The music of choice was primarily Motown. There was a bit of disco, 80's, r&b and ol' skool hip hop thrown in. It was a blast! The pictures that I took are here:

Public Service Message: An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

2007-05-26 David & Jolanda Wedding LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort Naples, Florida

What can I say about David & Jolanda? When I was watching them get married, I could feel the love shared by these two people. When speaking to their families, among the first things relayed to me were that there were no worries for this couple. They will stay together forever. I would have to agree. From what I observed, they are very family oriented. They day was gorgeous on Naples Beach. The ceremony was scheduled for 7pm. The steel drum team, Caribbean Passion, was already playing for the arrival of the guests. Everyone looked wonderful. Most of the folk were dressed in light linen and tropical clothes. The Groom looked handsome, and the bride, breathtaking! The ceremony was performed by Captain Captain Hugh James. It was beautiful, short and sweet. It included the sand ceremony. Perfect for the beach. Then began the cocktail hour and the steel drummers picked up the pace. When the hour was up, I invited everyone inside to the reception room for dinner and dancing. The bride and groom entered last to be announced and have their first dance as husband and wife. Then the bride danced with her father and the groom with his mother. Then something a little bit different. The bride wanted to honor her mother and grandmother with a special dance. It was very special indeed. Then dinner was served. David & Jolanda had a nice mix of slow jams requested. I was happy to oblige. After dinner, a little dancing, a little mingling and a lot of love in the room. I was very happy to be a part of it. Congratulations to David & Jolanda! The pictures that I took are here:

Public Service Message: Don't be afraid to ask for directions.