Ruby Tuesday II – Red, White and Blue Birthday

Today we started celebrating my mother’s 89th birthday a few days early! When you are about to be 89, you deserve a multi-day celebration. My sister, brother-in-law, mother, myself and friends Bobbie and Denny had a nice lunch at Via Marconi Smokehouse Tavern. This is a relatively new restaurant at Station Square on Church Rd, … [Read more…]

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Happy Birthday Mom, and America too!

Today we celebrate the 87th birthday of my mother, Betty.  A quiet day for sure, as she does not like a big fuss.  I bought her red, white and blue flowers, and will make a dinner of ribs, sweet potatoes, deviled eggs, and salad. For dessert we will have angel food cake with strawberries and … [Read more…]

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Happy Birthday, Tara

http://www.youtube.com/get_player12 years ago today, was the single most important day of my life. It was the day I became a mother. I had known for sure since September when I had an amnio, that the baby was a girl, but I had a “gut” feeling from the very beginning. Just like the good girl she … [Read more…]

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My Birthday at Magic Kingdom – Part One

My birthday was this past Sunday. Yes, I share my birthday with our nation’s first president, George Washington, and no I was NOT named after his wife Martha. My mom liked the name, and for some reason my older sister Linda did not “look like a Martha” so the name was saved for me. Apparently, … [Read more…]

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My Birthday at Magic Kindgom – Part 2

If you did not read Part 1 – go HERE. So when last we left you, Tara (being very Tink like today) and I entered the park. It was almost two hours since we had left home. We walked through the emporium to get to the rest rooms, and as Tara entered, and I sat … [Read more…]

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Happy Birthday Robin

Today would have been my brother Robin’s 59th birthday. I still see him as the 18 year old big brother who I saw for the last time boarding a plane to go fight in the war in Viet Nam. He never came home, and I never saw him again. I only saw the casket that … [Read more…]

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