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My daughter's birthday

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Today my first born child is 35 years old! Where did the time go?? We're 6400 miles apart, she is working today too. I did send her something she wanted but it hasn't gotten there yet even though it was ordered in plenty of time, really not happy about that. I'll have to set my alarm and get up in the middle of the night to call her.

I've been really enjoying myself the past couple days sorting through my cross stitch stash. I have enough fabric, floss, patterns and accessories that I could open a store, LOL. It is so relaxing.
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  • v NORASPAT
    Happy Birthday to your first born. It all goes too fast for certain so you have to make the most of it. I like the thought of you sitting with your floss and relaxjng. We are waiting for a snow storm. I know you have been able to avoid them for such a long time. Some days I like them but now we are in the single digits it sure is a pain. Think of me tomorrow snow blowing. Oddly enough once I get out there I usually have a good time. I just remembered FRED has to use his walker so I will have to play in the snow alone. Oh well, I just needed to chat. Thanks for the support on my Blogs--HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon
    1283 days ago
  • v MRSAGAIN2
    That stash fondling is very relaxing business.

    Happy Birthday to your daughter. :)

    1284 days ago
  • v JILLITA55
    Happy b-day to your first born. Times is faster than anything else. I am 57 and I don't feel like I am that old. Happy Birthday to you first born! emoticon
    1284 days ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Congrats on having a 35 year old daughter.
    Isn't it wonderful to watch our kids grow and become active, useful members of society?
    1284 days ago
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