A Political Blog By A Republican Woman in Texas
Happy Birthday, Karen! A most happy day and a better year to come. May your wish come true.
Happy anniversary to you, and many more.
Happy bloggy day, my friend. Here's a tip of the party hat to you for many, many more to come.
Yes, I guess that is birthday and not anniversary, isn't it. My French is slipping.
For the Pondering Penguin on this special occassion. Happy Birthday!
coffespy's cartoon is great!Beverly, notice I just said *happy* -- I'd say my French was slipping but that would imply I had any to slip. I'm guessing thats a Cajun style French anyway, which makes it American French, right?When I was in high school I was of the first class to be allowed to choose between Latin and French for the required language. Of course I chose the romantic one, the one I dreamed of speaking to some handsome artist on the Champs....whatever. Now this was Middle Tennessee and our accents absolutely ruined the language. I can still hear us reciting *Open the window* and *sit down please* in Frenchish words, but southern accented beyond recognition. When we were finally made to listen to French tapes for a *test* we all failed miserably as what we heard was truly a foreign language.Karen, don't you love it when commenters run off into story land when we should be helping you blow out candles? Hope yours was fun beyond measure.
A blue moon in June. A good month for weddings. Have a happy one.
I don't know French. Sorry! And, so, very happy belated birthday wishes to you. The rest of the comment I left before stands on merit, I think. ;-)
Let's see. It is actually the ____ anniversary of your 29th birthday! Makes the numbers ever so nice that way! Hope you had a GREAT! one and that Nancy Drew won out. She was my favorite as a kid although I thought of her as a college girl and not as young as the movie portrayal.
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