Today is my birthday, and I am fifty-nine years old. The sky is blue, the sun is shining, and it is warm, but not too warm. A lovely, lovely day.
Tonight, we’ll be meeting our eldest daughter and a friend for dinner in Brunswick. On Saturday, our youngest daughter will be coming for a week-long visit. And in a couple of months, my YA fantasy, Maya and the Book of Everything, will be published.
What a great way to start my
fifty-ninth year sixtieth year!. (Thanks, Lyn LaRochelle, for the correction.)
Because my youngest daughter will be here for a visit, I’ll be taking a break from blogging. (And from editing. Praise be!)
A very happy September to all. I’ll be back at the end of the month.
29 thoughts on “A Fine Day for a Birthday”
Happy birthday Laurie!☺🎈🎈
Happy birthday, Laurie! Enjoy the rest of the month. 🎂
Happy happy birthday!!! See you Saturday! 🙂
Thanks, Shannon! Yes, yes!
Have a wonderful time with your daughters. Looking forward to seeing you when the dust settles.
Thanks, Beth! The dust is flying so much that it’s a wonder I can write a coherent sentence 😉
Happy birthday Laurie! Enjoy well-earned family time.
A very happy, happy birthday, Laurie. You are just the perfect age!
Oh, what a nice thing to write! Thanks, Cheryl.
I’m pleased it was a good day. Enjoy the rest of the month
Have a great birthday celebration, Laurie!
Sorry I’m a bit late, but happy belated birthday, Laurie! Spending it with family – I can’t think of a better way to celebrate! ❤
Happy birthday! I will be 58 next month.
Thanks, Jason! Early happy birthday! Our eldest daughter’s birthday is next month, too. Almost on Halloween.
Happy Birthday Laurie (late but heartfelt!). It sounds as if your sixtieth year is starting off beautifully. Enjoy the time with your daughter and see you back before too long.
Thanks, Brenda! Off to an exciting start, that’s for sure.
Belated happy birthday wishes, Laurie. I hope it was great.
Thanks, Cynthia! Both my daughters were here to celebrate my birthday. The best present of all!
Indeed, Laurie! And you do know that at our tender age, one must celebrate for a whole week? Or even month? So let the celebrations continue!!
I’ll borrow a NE slogan – life is good. 🙂
Yes, yes, Judy!
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