Will and Olivia’s Anniversary
In February 1980, Will Richardson married Olivia Adams. Now, 2 children and 25 years later, they decided to throw a little party!
For the occasion, they booked the big room in City Hall which they decorated for the party.
Patty was constantly going for the buffet tables. And I’m not sure Jasper (who’s Olivia’s nephew) was expecting to see his mother-in-law there, much less have her sit down with him… (And look, Finn has also arrived)
Grandma Phyllis (Olivia’s mum) also came, although I’m not sure she knew why she was there.
Finn didn’t mind having a bite with his grandma though. She was the only person not asking him why “his girlfriend” wasn’t there. Probably because she forgot all about her, but hey.
Jill was happy Sarah had come too. And the girls spent most of the night dancing.
Lucas had been hired by his aunt to tend bar for the night. He didn’t mind this job one bit!
Jasper and Eva were the first to start a slow dance, while Jill and Sarah had discovered the drinks Lucas was making!
Lucas’ mum Lauren is not much of a party animal, so she spent most of the night chatting to her son at the bar. I don’t think this is what Lucas had in mind when he agreed to tend the bar…
After hours of drinking, eating and dancing, people were starting to get tired and wanted to go home. Patty was the first to leave.
But Will and Olivia weren’t tired yet and had a romantic slow dance together.
Soon, the room started to get more empty though and Jill had to say goodbye to Sarah too.
After all the guests had gone home, the Richardson family posed for one last picture together and then the party was officially over.
It was a good party!
In other February News…
Remember how Hannah had not been feeling well at the beginning of the year? Well, she was still feeling unwell. Tired and emotional, mostly. But, she still went to work anyway. Her coworker Aaron could no longer handle seeing her like this and went up to her.
” Hannah, are you okay? We’ve been worried about you. You work so hard, but it all seems to be a bit too much at the moment…”
Hannah had to admit that he was right. She knew there was nothing medically wrong with her, but maybe she just had a classic case of burn out. Aaron adviced her to take a while of work and Hannah was happy with his suggestion. She would indeed stay home and rest for a while.
February meant it was Jayden Harrison‘s first birthday!
Joel seemed happy his brother was one year old too and immediately took him to the playground at the park.
And with Jayden, Joel and the (hopefully) fast melting igloos around Honeycomb Valley, we end February and look forward to the first spring days of March!