A Daughter's Birthday and a Review of Invsible Path

Today is my youngest daughter's birthday. The photo is of her and two of her three boys. I can always remember her birthday because it's the day after Veteran's Day.

I've had a lot of fun with Lori over the years. We even worked together in two different day care centers before she got married. It's hard to believe she's now the mother of four of her own and two step-daughters.

Happy Birthday, Lori.

And if you're following my blog tour, you can read a review of Invisible Path and my next stop http://www.thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/ and be sure to leave a comment if you're in the contest.



Anonymous said…
Hi Marilyn,

Today is my son Dan's birthday. Most of the family is coming over for a birthday dinner -- including strawberry shortcake. Hope your daughter enjoys her special day.

Best wishes to the birthday girl,
Hi, Marian. Lori doesn't live near enough to celebrate with her, but I called this morning and told her she wasn't as old as she thinks she is because I'm not as old as people say I am. She said, "That works for me."
Anonymous said…
I am enjoying celebrating the day. Just not the number. I don't feel 50 and I know I don't act it. I am fortunate to have wonderful parents that helped make me into the person I am today. Love you lots Mom!
See Anonymous, you weren't supposed to tell anyone how old you are--how can I say I'm just a little over 50 when you say your age? Goodness, my secret is out.

Happy Birthday, Sweetheart, you are much loved!

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