I would love to tell you that I lived up my thirty-first birthday in style, which by local standards would mean putting on my clean overalls and going out for fine dining at Bennigan's Irish-themed restaraunt, and using fancy ketchup on my tater tots... but alas, I stayed at home. Violet wasn't feeling very sociable today (translation: she screamed a lot), plus it was raining so I didn't want to drag her out unnecessarily. (Her health comes first, no matter how much I loves me some fancy ketchup!)
But please, do not cry for me! I still had fun at home! I had party guests, cake, gifts, even a DJ! Check it out:
DJ Weloo on the busy box, mean-mugging the camera. She has a wicked fashion sense, no?
And for my gift I received another Fierce Bunny! Actually two, because this is a mommy and baby. (Don't even start in on it, people. I recall how jealous and mean you all got over the first one.) Wow, I knew bunnies were quick to multiply, but these things are downright fruitful.Here's the happy bunny family. Awwww. (I think they are already getting on each other's nerves. She nags and he doesn't do his share of the cleaning.)
And, the cool box it came in with a drawing by the artist, Sonja Ahlers.
Well, someone is honking their car's horn outside. I better go check. Hmmm, why would someone in a van with "Golden Years Community" on the side would be doing at my house? Weird.