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The Big 3-0

Well, I have made it to yet another decade. And to celebrate, there were fireworks this year!
In case you can't tell, that is Wilbert and I standing with our arms around each other watching the fire works. 
 Well, really the fireworks were for this...
but I can pretend they were for me.

Since the wedding was on the same day, it was a different birthday from most. My in-laws left a balloon for me outside our hotel room door. I didn't get to see a lot of my husband throughout the day, but I stayed in the air conditioning for a long as possible (which was a great gift in the New Jersey head and humidity). Joash took a nice nap, so I got to read my book and watch the Olympics. And then it was time for the wedding. I had the most people ever sing "Happy Birthday" to me, which was very well done. And another great thing was that Karisa's family had some baby sitters lined up, so I could bring Joash to the farm house with the baby sitters and then head back to the party in the barn. That was so nice because Wilbert and I didn't get to dance at all at Jander's wedding because Joash didn't like how loud the music was. So I got to do the "Cupid Shuffle" and slow dance with my husband on my birthday.

So it was a different birthday, but a good one. And I will never forget Emil and Karisa's anniversary.


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