Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Birthday

Yesterday was my birthday and e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e really went out of their way to make it special for me.  I've always had extremely high expectations on my birthday and I certainly wasn't disappointed this year despite the fact that I sprained my ankle.  (Seriously, I am the only person these kind of things happen to on a regular basis.)Ed and I went to dinner and then to the Botanical Gardens to see the Chihuly exhibit before it ended.  Plus, the cacti were in bloom!






7 comments:

Olive Tree Guitar Ensemble said...
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Laura said...

Those cacti are so beautiful! I'm glad you had a good birthday, and I'm sorry you sprained your ankle. Hope you have another great year!

Brie Wheelwright said...

Happy late Birthday! Sorry I missed it. And also sorry I forgot to get back to you about the Bountiful Baskets. Honestly, I've only gotten it the one time. I should be doing it more but I haven't. The pick up is by my house at the Parkridge school. But I'm sure there's something closer to you than that.
Sorry about your ankle!

katie k said...

love chihuly! especially when displayed in natural settings. It creates such a surreal feeling. Happy birthday! (I always have high expectations for mine too, its kind bad).

McKell said...

Happy Birthday! The last time I weighed her on our scale, she weighed 19 lbs. So she is fairly close to growing out of it. We all learn somehow, I had no idea what to do either. The convertable carseats can hold infants when they are rear facing, and go up to toddler age. That is nice so that you don't have to buy two but you won't have the ease of just getting the baby out the car when sleeping. That is probably the reason why we haven't started using the bigger one yet, because she always falls asleep in the car! Sorry for the long comment, also if you have any questions, even with my limited experience, ask!

The Frasers said...

where's a picture of your pregnant belly?????

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Gorgeous photos!
What are the twisty colored things? Sculpture I guess.