I hope you have a day filled with Loads of Love & Laughter, Lots of Cake & Ice Cream to eat too.
May this coming year be filled with more days of you feeling better, finding the answers to most if not all of you question. Beautiful Sun Rises and Sun Sets. Knowing in your heart that you spent your time doing the best you could do at any given moment.
May you realize how much you are cared about, That " Our group" is here for you.
So Have yourself a Great Day, may the "feel good" feelings last a very long time.
Again, I am wishing you a Very happy Birthday
Best Wishes for the coming year to
It is your birthday, so take a break
And indulge yourself in all of that cake
Since you like to eat twenty four –seven
And consider eating the next best thing to heaven
Just don’t eat so much that you get a stomach ache!
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