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Birthday Blessings!

 Yesterday, I celebrated another birthday!  I had a wonderful day!!!!!  I did NO work and I ate what I wanted.  Monday I had lunch with two of my best and favorite girls, Kelly and Tracy.  I ate enough salsa for ten men and loved being myself with friends.
 Kelly and her girls came over for a visit yesterday on my big day!  So fun!
 Emily and Sarah Kate were so excited about my birthday!  They wanted me to have a cake, but honestly I have come to the conclusion that I do not like cake.  Which is a good thing!  I had a chocolate malt from Braums.  Although I think they left the malt out.  Oh well, I drank it.
 We went to dinner at Copeland's.  I got my usual, Shrimp Orleans.  I told Steve that I don't think we have EVER taken the girls out to eat on a school night.  They were tired and delirious.
 Steve was so good to me.  He gave me some perfume that I have been wanting- Creed Spring Flower.
I loved reading my birthday messages on Facebook and loved talking to the friends that always call me on my birthday!  Such a sweet blessing!
I did a little Birthday shopping with some of my Christmas money!  I bought this blue shelf.  It matches NOTHING in my house, but I loved it and it was a really good price.  I am hoping to slowly change over to cool colors.

Comments

Tara G. said…
You crack me up- birthday shopping with Christmas money! Love it! I've gone more cool lately with decor- is it because we're getting older? Are we less intense? I even bought a lady bust for my mantle. If this is a mid-life crisis, my whole family should be happy that's all I've gotten. So glad you had a great day!!! And hooray on that PB sale!!! :)
Unknown said…
Happy Birthday, Laurie. I hope over to your blog every now and then as I am a loyal Kelly's Korner follower. May this year be blessed with happiness and health!
Megan said…
Happy Birthday, Laurie! Creed spring flowers is such an amazing perfume! Elegant and timeless. What a lovely, blessed day!
Mimi said…
Laurie,

I discovered your blog when I started reading Kelly's over three years ago. I've never commented before, but I wanted to wish you a belated birthday. I think of you every time I go shopping and one of my favorite products is discontinued. You are not alone! Ha! I enjoy reading your blog and I appreciate the chuckles you provide over my lunchtime.
Angie said…
Happy Birthday Laurie! Glad you had a wonderful day!!!
Melissa said…
Happy Birthday...late obviously. Sounds like you celebrated YOU, which is at it should be!

goodness your girls are getting tall...Emily looks so tall and is getting so grown-up!

Maybe if you stopped having birthdays they would slow down their growing up...HA!
Unknown said…
Happy Birthday Sweet Girl...sorry I'm late.
Happy Birthday! It's too funny -- we both shop at Crazy 8! My oldest daughter has the seagull shirt that Emily was wearing and the anchor leggings. I ordered a ton of stuff for all three of our girls. Love their clothes!
Twice as Nice said…
Happy belated birthday! Twin and I celebrated ours Saturday the 5th. Love the new shelf. I am trying to add some softer colors too. Have a great week.
Jane said…
What fun! Many blessings in the year ahead!

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