Bappy Hirfday to Me

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7 Responses

  1. jenny_o says:

    Happy Birthday to you, and many more!

    Yes, however much I might like to have my younger, thinner, less achy body back, I wouldn’t GO back for anything. Your post is right on.

  2. Friko says:

    I’m late but the happiest of birthdays belatedly, old girl. I can afford to say old girl because I have a decade or two more than you on my back.
    All you’ve said and more, we are the lucky ones, boomers like me incl. Food, drink, a roof, kids fed and clothed, husbands as far away from the wife-beating kind as is possible, and each day a new day when we can count on having it all all over again.

    Sure, some days are buggers, how else would we know the difference.

  3. First, happy birthday to you.

    And second, I’m struck by how the divisions of life are very particular to any individual. For me, for instance, the sections of life didn’t go in that order at all. My 40’s were a time of re-grouping, re-learning, re-discovering. A time of dramatic change, really, but definitely not a time of settling. I think that’s still ahead of me, even though I’m in my 50’s.

  4. Lil says:

    Well happy birthday to you, belated though my wishes may be.

  5. Shelly says:

    Your birthday is what they should be- a true celebration. So glad 48 has been wonderful for you so far- they just keep getting better.

  6. Bone says:

    Allow me to be the last to wish you a Happy Birthday. (And now you know for whom the “belated” section of cards was created.)

  7. Monica says:

    happy belated birthday. Wow you are old. Older anyway. Than me. By more than a year… I turned 47 on March 20… But helas, we are not the same sign; you just (almost) crossing over to the Aries…
    The cake looks absolutely … mouth watering.

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