Sometimes my birthday can get overlooked because of Christmas festivities and New Year’s Eve celebrations. But reality is EVERYONE in the WHOLE world celebrates my birthday so it makes my birthday so much more fun! I spread out my birthday celebrations for about a week, and each and every celebration was so fun!
We spent New Year’s Eve and Kaila’s boyfriend’s house. Once the clock struck midnight, Patrick found this piece of cake and lit some candles and everyone sang to me. I laughed and laughed because they all knew that I don’t like cake, and then once I blew out the candles, I handed the cake back to Patrick to eat.
I went to Carrabba’s for birthday dinner with my parents. THIS chocolate delight was DELICIOUS!
The fab five were at it again for my birthday dinner. We headed downtown to The Cotton Patch, and it was such a fun time with these girls! After dinner, we headed back to my house where we talked for hours about education, the government, our futures, etc. We felt like old ladies discussing these things, but I’m so grateful for these lifelong friends.
Kaila surprised me with a trip to Atlanta for my birthday weekend. Through me being nosy and a friend kind of spilling the beans, it ended up not being as much of a surprise as it should have been. BUT it was tons of fun. We shopped a lot, ate lots of good food, played fun games, froze in Piedmont Park, didn’t get enough sleep, and laughed a lot. I’m already looking forward to my next trip to the ATL.