Yesterday was my birthday and I decided to wear my party skirt. It is t quite as fancy as what I wore at four, but it made me feel happy.
It can swirl and twirl and keep me cool on these hot July days. I mean, what girl wouldn’t want a skirt with a chicken on it?! Or maybe it’s a blue bird, I don’t know. I made it a couple of days ago. Other than the hem being all jacked up, I love it. I decided that if I walk swirly twirly-like no one will ever tell how uneven the line is.
So how did I spend my day? Well, I played tennis for the first time in 2 1/2 months. Yippee Skippee! Even though I am terribly out of shape, my foot didn’t hurt one eensie bit and I had a few good shots. But most importantly I was back with my peeps.
I received so many blessings! Friends surprised me with sweet gifts like these flowers and my mailbox stuffed with fun craft stuff. My guys wrote heartfelt notes, which always mean so much to me. I got to talk to family and friends who live far away. LOVE!
I went to see this big boy, Brayden. He and I share the same birthday. He is now six!
This past weekend he was in the hospital for a serious infection, but luckily was able to come home. He isn’t allowed to leave his house until his numbers get up, so I decided to go to him with cupcakes and a few little gifts.
That evening, my guys surprised me with Adam coming home. The plan was to meet Superman’s mom, Vera, at the Italian restaurant at 6:00. At 5:45, Superman is still fiddling with his computer. I very patiently asked if he was about ready to go. He said “Just a few more minutes to finish up.” Inside, I’m thinking “We’re late! Nanny is waiting! Come on. Get a move on! I’m hangry!” (That’s being so hungry that you’re about to do something ugly.) Superman knew he was moments away from me turning into a whirling dervish on him. He would’t even look at me, because he said he knew he’d start laughing.
Then all of a sudden Adam pops in the door! Yay!! He rushed upstairs to change clothes and I was minutes from having a delicious meal. The chef/owner came over with a candle when I was half way through eating my cheesecake, because it’s never too late for a candle.
Hee hee. It was a wonderful evening with my family. I only wish Mary Claire and Tyler could have been there. But as usual with us, we sent pics back and forth to Charleston and it almost seemed as if they were with us.
Fifty shifty. Does it really matter what the calendar says? I swear I feel like I’m still in my 30’s, but without small children. I’ve lived an amazing life and been blessed beyond anything I deserve. I don’t have a clue what the next fifty years have in store for me, but I’m pretty sure it’s going to be exciting.
Watch out world! This little Nipper ain’t dead yet!
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