Comments: The Day After

So Doug with all this birthday banter, I was asking your m-i-l to be how L will be treated on her birthday from now on....Since her birthday will become her anniversary, does she lose a gift, a separate celebration of two of the most important dates in her life?? Being a woman myself, I love to be pampered on my birthday AND anniversary, now L will have to celebrate you and herself on her b-day. This might be romantic and adorable for a year or two, but it will get old Doug :-) Just make sure she gets TWO thoughtful gifts, or if you're thinking jewelry, the item will have to contain TWO stones not one. Food for thought. You are such a great pre-groom, post-twenties kinda guy, I know you'll have this situation covered.

Pam

Posted by Pam at March 10, 2004 01:08 PM

Two gifts or not, I'm just happy I only have to remember one date.

Posted by The Groom at March 10, 2004 01:27 PM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
Sorry i didn't wish u a happy birthdy yesterday but i was really busy preparing for my standardized testing (the GEPA's)to go online let alone wish you a happpy birthday. So, since i am one day late ill give u a Happy Birthday for every hour i missed. (The ones above don't count!)

1 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
2 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
3 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
4 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
5 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
6 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
7 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
8 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!
9 HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG!

Your fav cuz
~Lily

Posted by Lily at March 10, 2004 09:33 PM

OK, since you got double the wishes, imagine what L will receive on her special day. It will be amazing since all 250ish people at the wedding will undoubtedly find out that not only is L Queen for a day for the wedding, but also for her b-day. Heaven Help Us!!!! Anyway, the extra wishes on b-days are an extra perk when two families join together. Hope yours was the best in the last 30 years!
MOB

Posted by MOB at March 11, 2004 09:29 AM