Happy Birthday…

Another year older.

Lessons learned.

Bridges burned.

Wisdom earned.


















9 thoughts on “Happy Birthday…

  1. Denise says:

    Funny to wake up to this; it’s my birthday. Third one since my son died – and it feels like the loneliest.


    • I want to wish you a happy birthday, but I understand that it isn’t a happy day… I’m not happy to celebrate another year of living without my child… It doesn’t feel right to celebrate having what she has lost.
      I do send you my best wishes though. I’m so very sorry you have to know this pain.


  2. mark says:

    Hi, happy birthday you glorious Soul… Have fun and be happy… Oooh, now you gave your age away…
    Also just wanted to say that the lessons learned and wisdom earned will never be lost and bridges can be rebuilt, but only if they are worth rebuilding. I am currently building a bridge from Scotland to Japan, so if you need any advice on building bridges you know that I am probably not the best person to ask.
    Hey it’s red hot, hot, hot here today, me go in garden… I might see you on the Moon later…
    Bye, have fun!!!


    • Thankyou ๐Ÿ™‚ I had a visit from my old friend Tequila for my birthday… and Tequilas friend “Home truths” made an appearance as well…
      I had a good time, but it’s probably fair to say that one or two of the people around me perhaps didn’t enjoy themselves so much… Ooops hee hee… Yes I am 35 now… Does that mean I’m grown up? I hope not, growing up looks like serious business, and bugger that, I say! I’ve always wanted to build a giant swing bridge… I love swings, and the moon is my favourite place for swinging. Forget jumping OVER the moon, I’ll choose swinging around it instead any day … Yes you quite pssibly WILL see me there – I hope so! See ya later alligator ๐Ÿ˜€ Xx


  3. Another beautiful post. I just wanted to let you know I included you on my list for the Beautiful Blogger Award; it’s just a small gesture to show I enjoy your work and look forward to more ๐Ÿ™‚


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