As we are riding down in the elevator of our building to go for breakfast, David apologizes, for perhaps the 3rd time, telling me he hasn’t yet gotten me a birthday card. I tell him not to worry.But as we leave our apartment building, I look to my left and there, stretched across our street, is a fabulous brightly colored banner…wishing me a happy birthday.
I just love it, as corny as that sounds. I feel like a celebrity in my neighborhood. It’s just so much fun. All day long, every time we go in or out of our building, every time we turn the corner to go home, there it is, making me smile. Thanks David…it’s better than a card!
Rick and Kevin drop off a beautiful bouquet of flowers,
We spend the day doing a little shopping, a little eating, a little visiting with friends. Jim brings me a lovely necklace.
David has made a reservation for dinner at our new favorite restaurant, Lola, for 2 at 8:30, or so he tells me.
But when we walk in, there are Kevin, Rick and Jim sitting at the bar waiting for us...he’s arranged a surprise party for me! We have a bottle of champagne at the bar…
David and three great friends,