Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Pammie Pooh gave me this little sign a couple of years back and it now hangs in my bathroom. Yes, a girl can do anything if she has the right shoes.
So far these are the paper cards I got today for my birthday along with the house shoes that Prince got for me. Yes, I asked for a pair of new ones but I got two.
I have always loved shoes and the more a gal has the merry she will be.
The following poem I wrote shows how I feel today:

When I was in my Youth,
I feared 35, and that's the truth.
Once I got there and did not die,
Each year after has been a "GIMME"
and that is no lie.
Today as I celebrate number 61,
I plan to do nothing that is not fun.

I was told that today is just like the day when Mother and Dad, brought me home. It was snowy and cold back then too. This morning on the hill it was 19 degrees with a wind chill factor of 12 degrees. Burr

I have been Blessed by several telephone calls wishing me "Happy Birthday."
The kitty justice is this is my best birthday but the secret is for each one you get to let it be the Best Yet.

5 comments:

Kim said...

Happy Birthday Diane!! Big hugs. Time really is on warp speed but at least we are headed for our real home in the room He has ready for us. Praise God! Love you.

Small City Scenes said...

Happy Birthday to you!! Love your poem too. They are all the best days aren't they---well there is the alternative we best not think about. LOL MB

DUTA said...

Very nice little poem!
Happy Birthday to you and many returns of the day!
Enjoy the gifts!

Lady Di Tn said...

Kim
Thanks for the wishes. I would rather coast along than go at wrap speed. Peace

MB
Thanks for the wishes and I am glad you like my poem. I really did think when I was in my youth that I would not make 35 and now look at me. Peace

Duta
Glad you liked my merger efforts at poetry. Thanks for the wishes. Peace

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ I am so happy to hear that you had a lovely birthday my friend, The cake looks wonderful, you have a good husband, and I find I enjoy each birthday more the older I get. The floods have been horrific and will take a long time to get over.
Thankfully, my family are all safe.
The police and firemen and ses folks have been wonderful, a difficult job done so willingly and well. And thousands of civilian volunteers are just
wonderful. Take care, dear friend,
Love and Peace. Merle.