My great grandma was not happy that since there was a hill between our houses that she was sometimes referred to as “grandma over the hill”. As a kid I just didn’t understand how each year my birthday was celebrated with a new numbered candle, but it was not polite for me to ask my grandma’s age.
Now I get it. Our cake artist, Amy, is about to hit a landmark year, and she wants to celebrate to lessen the sting of the big 4-Oh. That comes in March but I’m already thinking about what to do.
I love what Jennifer imagined for Lisa’s birthday. Last year Jennifer came up with the idea for a car from the 1950s to celebrate a 60th birthday. For Lisa’s birthday she wanted a pink and black cake with martini glasses, a question mark topper, and this great message, “30 again? Happy Birthday Lisa!”
Especially when you can’t say the number, you friends will let you know that THEY know. That’s what friends are for, right? Happy Birthday Lisa!