Tuesday, November 20, 2007

November is Birthday Month

Not only is November my own birthday month, but it's the birthday month of almost everyone I know! Seriously.

Let's see - who do we have?

Nov. 1st


Gram












Nov. 2nd


My best friend's daughter, Kayleigh









Nov. 7th


My husband Brad
















Nov. 11th

My birthday


and my Uncle Warren's





Plus a friend of mine I sang with in choir in Toronto, plus blog friend Gabriella




Nov. 16th


My mom Paulette











Nov. 18th


My friend Donna





and my blog friend Akelamalu






Nov. 20th


My brother-in-law Jeff






and a friend from film school, Jason (here with his wife)










Nov. 22nd


My friend from high school, John












Nov. 23rd


My cousin's wife, Heather (with my mom)












Nov. 25th


My Uncle Charlie










That still leaves 20 days open. I wonder if they'll all be filled up by the time I'm Gram's age?

8 comments:

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Wow, that's a lot of birthdays. March seemed to be the month of romance in your family. Have a great day. :)

julia said...

I think it's February, Sandee. Valentine's Day, cold winter nights...

Shannon said...

Wow! Happy Birthday to all of you! It's my mom's bday month too, on Thanksgiving. :) Have a great day!

Annie Mac said...

Happy Birthday to everybody

Amy Ruttan said...

Don't forget Robin L. Rotham's my Dad's, My Uncle Jim and Mickey Mouse all on the 18th OH and Gerry Butler!!! LOL!

Toni in the Midst said...

Goodness sakes, that's a lot of November birthdays. My Reece is November 5th. ;)

And when I saw Uncle Charlie, it reminded me of a song I learned back in the first grade.

Every day I eat potatoes
With my Uncle Charlie.
Every day I eat potatoes
With my uncle Charlie.
Every day I eat potatoes
With my Uncle Charlie.
Cows and horses eat potatoes
With their oats and barley.

BLessings,
~Toni~

julia said...

Amy - the 18th is getting packed! Thanks for reminding me about Robin.

Toni - thanks for the Uncle Charlie song!

Sniz said...

That is the way October is for our family. Hmmm. Guess February and March are "cold" months!