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Friday, April 13, 2012

Birthday Cake

One week ago, I officially 46-ish years old! Getting there huh!! Anyways, because my birthday falls on Friday, I told my hubby's relatives NO going out to eat. I want to observed Good Friday at church and alone and do my fasting. But before Friday, a bunch of friends agreed to meet up at a friends house for lunch. I cooked Filipino dishes, we ate and chatted, we laughed a simple celebration is with what I need. ^_^ When you are in this age a quality time spent is very important than a grandeur celebration. 
Hubby, sneakily bought this the night before my birthday. When I got up Good Friday morning I saw these on the table. Wonder of the roses? I prefer live plants that I could plant after than a bunch of flowers that will only wilted after several days. Want a piece of cake? ^_^

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9 comments:

Talinggaw said...

Belated happy birthday...

And Happy Easter too! :)

wifetoalineman02 said...

Beautiful birthday cake :-) belated happy birthday again, pretty flower too :-) Returning from Food Friday.

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Luna Miranda said...

a lovely birthday cake.

Chie said...

Belated Happy Birthday to you. It is so sweet of your hubby. Yes,i wish i could have a slice of that cake.

Dexie said...

Belated Happy Birthday!!

Oggi said...

Belated Happy Birthday and yes, a slice please of the cake.:)

KM said...

Belated happy birthday, Manang Kim :) That's a pretty cake you got there.

Here for FF ^^

maiylah said...

ooooh, yes I would like to have a piece of your cake, please. :)
same here, hubby refrains from giving me just flowers since he knows that i'd rather have the plant rather than just the flower. lol.
belated Happy Birthday, Manang Kim!!!

..and thank you so much for sharing this special occasion over at Food Friday.

Iska said...

Belated happy birthday! Lovely cake indeed!

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