Wednesday, March 19, 2008


YAY! It's birthday eve! I'm heading out to town today to collect some parcels from the post office. I can't wait to get one in particular because it's from Karen - who has informed me that although there are a week's worth of gifties inside, I'm NOT allowed to 'catch up' on the pre-birthday gifts, I'm only allowed to open one gift per day for the week following receipt of the box. That's the rules according to the yet-to-be-written rulebook of Birthday Week.



This is the gift for yesterday's post. There weren't too many comments but I liked Tania's the best. I love a girl who knows how to just let herself fully embrace the birthday girl-ness like that!! And I know what to send you for your birthday. (I still remember that amazing bag of scrappy birthday goodness you gave me for my birthday when Noah & Chastity were in Gr.1!!) So happy my-birthday-week to you! LOL I'll send your goodies with your next Design Team Couture Collection. FYI, the above prize is a 6x6 slab of Daisy D's paper & diecuts as well as a wooden birdie from Miss Alayneeah again. Congrats & happy birthday eve.

There's a little more to give away. Want in? Share with me (and all my blog-lurking readers) what you like for your Birthday Dinner. I am going out for dinner to a local steak house with friends but am considering making a cake for myself anyway. I'm still undecided but want to know if you have a traditional dinner you make every year or if you have a current fave that you'd like for your own Birthday Dinner. Winner of today's giveaway will be announced sometime tomorrow.

4 comments:

Tania said...

Yay for me! :)

I had so much fun that time putting your goodies together. It's as much fun as receiving. I know you already know that. ;)

My favourite dinner for my birthday is a roast beef, garlic mashed potatoes and carrots. We end up having Chinese food most of the time though. lol

Happy Birthday Eve. :)

Alphawife said...

Well as you know I'm all about Birthday dinner. It's to be celebrated on the actual B-Day.The menu should only contain items the B-Day person can eat and ussually has requested.

When it comes to my own dinner. I tell myself every year that I should cook a great dinner, make a cake and you the china just like i would do for everytone else. However, I always seem to bail and take the kids to a restaraunt. With the excuse that " It's my Birthday and I don't want to clean up the kitchen" so,so,so,sad!!

I dream of someone whipping me up a fabolous meal one year, that I'm not allergic to and don't have to clean up afterwards.

I wish I was there to celebrate with you.

Jayne said...

I love to go to the Melting Pot Fondue resturant. Not only is it wonderful tasting but what i really love is the LONG meal with family - a great place to be social!

The Crawfords said...

My favorite dinner for my bday is my dad's Veal marsalla. He makes it for me just about every year and when he doesnt he takes us somewhere nice and fancy and pays. So no matter what I always get what I want for my birthday dinner...and I should since I am a princess, right?

Sallie

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