After several days of celebrating other family members’ birthdays, by the time it gets to mine, we are all sort of “birthday’d out”. Today, though, was a really great day. It started out kind of sad. My mom ALWAYS, (since I was a little girl), sang her own version of “Happy Birthday” to me first thing in the morning. She did it for all of us – DJ mentioned how much he missed it yesterday too. But my day got so much better…
I went to work and was greeted with the most beautiful bouquet of flowers. Each student in my class brought me flowers and we put them all together to create quite a spectacular creation! I attached a picture, it is just so pretty!
My co-kindergarten teachers celebrated with a special pie at lunch. I love my team!!!
The beautiful weather was a great gift. After these long dreary days, it was finally spring-like! The whole school celebrated “Project ACES”, where “all children exercise simultaneously” around the country. We were all out on the playground to start off physical fitness month. So much fun!!
Hundreds of facebook birthday wishes and messages throughout the day were great to read through.
Drew had a baseball game, and although they did not win, but he had a few good plays in the field and pitched a great last inning for the team. After the game my dad, brothers, Dave, the boys and I, went to my favorite restaurant, The Reservoir for salads and pizza, (my favorite), they even had a gluten free pie for me! I came home to yummy gluten free cupcakes that Dave picked up during the day. (Still not sure how long this gluten thing will last….but I am trying).
The day ended with a message from my Aunt Dale, singing me “Happy Birthday” just like my mom always did. I don’t think I could have imagined a better way of spending my day. I am grateful for everyone who helped to make it so wonderful!
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