Yesterday was a day-long (well, five hour) women’s retreat at the church that I grew up attending. It’s a fine church, filled with many fine women. With a friend, we comprised the entire 20-45 demographic, but it was still fun. I have this thing every time I attend that church though–I call it attending church-lite. I feel like there is no meat there sometimes. For example: I knew I had to watch what I wore, the makeup I had on, and how I had my hair because my mother would be there–and those are the things that are important at these events. Still, it was a nice time, and it was great to see old friends.
Back to the point: one of the breakout sessions yesterday was on how to be a hostess. “Extending Hospitality: Welcoming Guests and Easy Entertaining”. All about how to be a great hostess, to make sure that everyone’s needs are met and taken care of and that all are happy. Even came with a recipe book emailed after class so you could have a bunch of hors d’eouvres to choose from.
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