Thursday Memories

So why not start something new for Thursdays….I love doing the Hump Day Shenanigans on Wednesdays so I thought why not do something each Thursday.

I’d like to get to know each of you better and I thought why  not ask a personal question and let’s share great memories together.

Share with me your favorite birthday EVER. What is the most memorable birthday in your entire life? Was it a big party? Or was it something special that happened that you’ll never forget? Were you five years old, was it the sweet sixteen, or was it twenty one hitting the bars? Share it with me and everyone else here in a comment so we can take a trip down memory lane together.

My favorite birthday ever was when I turned 7 years old. My parents were still married and threw me a small birthday party. The birthday cake was Cinderella and all of my friends were there. We played games and gave prizes. I remember one of the games was who could blow the biggest bubble with their bubble gun. My cousin Charles won. It just seemed the most memorable one to me because everyone was happy and it seemed the most normal time in my life.

Ok Loves, do share with me your memories, can’t wait to read all about it! Don’t leave me hanging either LOL

 

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14 comments

  1. liverpoolmunky76 · April 21, 2016

    My 30th, I was with my Rosie, ate with my family, embarassed with cake and public singing and then went on my first foreign trip to Italy. That was when my life started it’s best part for me

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  2. Wendy · April 21, 2016

    My 40th birthday. My husband hates birthdays (long story), but he took the time not only to pick out the loveliest card, but he called our church and let them know it was my big day, and my pastor’s mom Dodie Osteen, (whom I love dearly) called me to with me a happy birthday. It was a really special day.

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  3. sonofabeach96 · April 21, 2016

    My most memorable bdays have happened as an adult, since I met my wife. She’s big on celebrating bdays, and she’s good at it. I’ll go with my 45th, two years ago. I’m at work, just left a patients room and walk into the office. My wife is standing there. I’m surprised, ask her what she’s going there. She just smiles as my co-workers tell me I don’t have to see my last patient. They’ve worked with my wife to take that patient from my schedule. My wife says “You’re coming with me!” And whisks me to the car. Still having no idea what’s up, we drive north. I figure out we’re going to Chicago, a very special place to us for numerous reasons. She arranged for downtown hotel, tickets to see Mark Broussard, and a fantastic night out with us and one of my best friends that lives in Vhicago. The rest of the weekend was spent hanging in our old spots, great food and drink, and a visit to the Hancock Tower (think its called something else now) observation deck, which was where I asked her to marry me years earlier. She’s awesome at birthday surprises, and they’re always great. But that one stands out.

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    • Lennon Carlyle · April 21, 2016

      Your wife is the sweetest! How thoughtful!!! That’s a hard one to beat. I bet she’ll come up with another incredible idea for the next one.

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      • sonofabeach96 · April 21, 2016

        She’s a trip! I’m one lucky dude. Still not sure what I did to get her, but I’m sure glad I did.

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  4. Tikeetha T · April 21, 2016

    My 10th birthday. My two best friends threw me a party and it was so wonderful. A surprise and it was my first real birthday party.

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    • Lennon Carlyle · April 21, 2016

      What a thoughtful thing for your friends to do. I know you cherish them. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. K E Garland · April 22, 2016

    All of my birthdays are memorable so it’s hard to choose. Birthdays were a big deal growing up. I always had one on the actual day with just my mom and dad and then another BIG one that weekend (which sometimes is Memorial Day Weekend) for family and friends. To this day, Bdays are always big. This year we’re hanging out on the Casino Boat at Port Canaveral with around 20 people. Okay…as you can see, this was a good topic for me lol

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    • Lennon Carlyle · April 22, 2016

      I love birthdays and I think it’s so important to celebrate them! Sounds like a fantastic one is coming up for you! Thanks for sharing 😌

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  6. what sandra thinks · April 23, 2016

    I was turning 7 and was nearly finished with the school year (June birthday). I loved my teacher so much that year… and Mom used to come in to our class and do little projects with us… so she and my teacher became friends. Mom invited my teacher to my party that year. A bunch of little friends, my sisters, my beloved teacher, Mom and Dad. Mom always had games planned and prizes for the winners. And the cake… was amazing as always from Mom’s favorite bakery. (I tried to get my wedding cake from the same bakery, but sadly, it is no more…)

    As an adult, I kind of hate birthdays, but I like them to at least be acknowledged. One year, I think it was 2 years ago, my husband forgot my birthday entirely. (And he is usually good with that sort of thing!) I didn’t tell him until two days later. I have had that birthday-fail in my back pocket to pull out whenever he deserves to be reminded of his neglect… hahahaa! 🙂

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    • Lennon Carlyle · April 23, 2016

      Ha!!!! Sounds like your 7 year old birthday was awesome like mine. I feel for you & the hubby on forgetting. I’ve forgotten our wedding anniversary twice. My hubby uses it against often LOL

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