9.30.2011

AND BIRTHDAY SEASON MARCHES ON

  

on thursday night we celebrated my birthday early with dinner at 'ino (per a friend's suggestion) ,followed by creme brulee at blue ribbon. it was such a lovely, quiet night with my two dudes, and the perfect temperature for a little village wandering afterwards.

  

  

happy birthday to me!

10 comments :

  1. yea for 29! it's always odd to turn a year older, but you're rockin it!
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  2. happy early birthday!

    i know you probably (definitely?) didn't go to the blue ribbon in park slope, but that's right by where i live. so exciting to read about it on yr blog. yay for blue ribbon!

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  3. Happy early Birthday to you! May I say that you are ROCKING those red gum boots?!! Are they Hunter? I want some!

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  4. Spencer and I will probably go to 'ino for my birthday from the same suggestion, haha!

    Happy almost Birthday!

    And I have no idea what cake you are talking about. Cherry chip?

    North Meets South

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  5. Are those RED Hunters?!?! I'm SEETHING with jealousy. Happy 29th, nonetheless!

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  6. Happy birthday! You guys a gorgeous x

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  7. Happy birthday, Nat! All the very best with oodles of blessings, love, peace and fun...

    And ZOMG those Wellingtons are to DIE...! I've been coveting a pair and now I want some even more. Note to self: how 'bout actually BUYING a pair?!

    (Ooh, double entendre! Heh heh.)

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  8. Happy Birthday, Natalie! Thanks for making our days with your delightfully quirky prose. Where would be without you?

    Also...I just HAVE to know where you got your Wellies. I have been dreaming of some rockin' wellies for over a year now. I don't live in England anymore where they would be particularly useful, but I am sure they would also come in handy for Utah's snow season. (Ick. Pretty sure I prefer the rain.)

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  9. At 35, my mom still calls to tell me my birth story. It doesn't matter that I am mid-thirties with kids of my own, I love when she says, "X years ago today I was at my check up being told there was no chance of having a baby..."
    Now, I tell each of my boys their birth story, and have, since the first one turned one! They are not as emotionally tied to the story as I am, but I hope to be telling it to them for many, many years!
    Happy birthday!

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  10. @diana, thanks!! i got mine from rei online!

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