The last time I had Chinese food, which was a couple of weeks ago, this was the fortune I received in my cookie:
I guess you can see why I haven't had any Chinese food since then.
The question is, how did the fortune cookie gods know my birthday was coming?
Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what happened.
-- Jennifer Yane
Birthdays are one malady for which they have not found an acceptable cure -- there is a simple one, of course, but the side effects are so dire that we all not only welcome our birthdays every year but pretend we're happy to see them.
That's why I'm giving a party
complete with an array of cakes . . .
This is one of 3 (three!) splendid desserts we have enjoyed chez Susan so far . . . yes, I said so far . . . and it arrived yesterday in the hands of one of my favorite 6 year old boys -- an old Sunday School student.
. . . and a Small Works
Birthday Spectacular Blog Giveaway!
I won't ask you to sing for me.
All you have to do to enter is leave me a comment
in one of four places:
1) Here at Small Works
2) Email -- firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Convo at my Etsy shop
4) On Facebook
The prize will be your choice --
any print from my Etsy shop.
I will keep the giveaway open until Friday morning,
when I will announce the winner!
(And you may all have a piece of my cake, of course.)
Until then . . . Party on!
p.s. Okay -- here is number 1 from the new 365 challenge.
We can all hope I'm going to improve
(and I promise not to share them all with you!)