The spotlight was on Jim Watterson recently as he was honored at the Pasadena History Museum's annual gala that was held in the museum's beautiful garden.
Watterson, a longtime friend to the museum, was recognized for not only his dedication to the museum but the Pasadena community in general. He is a tireless volunteer for causes that he believes in and he gives with his whole heart.
It was a lovely evening with the stars shining beautifully in the leafy glade. Dining tables were covered with shimmering cloths centered with round crystal bowls that held floating gerbera daisies.
Before guests walked down the winding path to the dining area, signature cocktails were sipped and silent auction bids written for an amazing array of tempting items, ranging from antique Chinese door knockers to prime seats at sporting events.
During this social experience of sipping, bidding and chatting with friends, beautiful models were strutting in absolutely divine red carpet-worthy evening gowns created by designer Kevan Hall. Each creation that passed by me seemed more exceptional than the last vision.