NEW PHOTOS AND A VIDEO PRESENTATION HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THIS POST SO I AM REPUBLISHING IT!
My sweet wonderful friend Cindy LeBlanc retired from Southeastern at the end of last year. She made it through having cancer, surgery, and radiation recently and was given a wonderful retirement reception when all that was over.
Below are a few pictures of that special event held at McClimans Hall on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus. It was all very much Cindy like with flowers and butterflies on the wall and in the other decorations.
Donna Methvien, who was Cindy and my boss baked this beautiful three layers cake.
Cindy had a time of sharing about her time at Southeastern which was 33 years long. Most of her time at Southeastern was in her position in the Office of Technology. Cindy’s was the sweet face and personality that everybody first saw when they walked into the office door that is behind her. Her beautiful daughter and husband are to the left of Cindy helping us celebrate her retirement.Cindy and I worked together for 15 years and have experienced a lot together. I thank God that she’s made it through having cancer and is now going to enjoy her retirement years.
Donna put together this awesome PowerPoint presentation about all the wonderful times we had with Cindy through the years.
I was just able to add this presentation to her retirement blog post so here it is!
Cindy is the friend that turned me on to using napkins to decoupage and gave me several ceramic tiles and so many beautiful napkins to get me started with decoupaging! Just remembered that I took a couple of pictures a while back of Cindy’s “She Shed” and thought I’d share them here!
Can I say how my mouth drools when I walk in there! And what you see here is only a small part of what she has. The rest is stored elsewhere! I am so happy Cindy is retired and hope we get to do crafts together often!
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