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Savanna's Birthday

Today is Savanna's birthday. Can't believe my little girl has grown so much. Larry wrote a special tribute to her on his e-zine today and it was so heartwarming. Maybe I'll soon get him to post it on his blog if he has time.

We made a video of some of our evening and then she wrote an e-mail to a few people and I decided to copy and paste it here for you to see:

So what do you normally do on your birthday? Well, I'm totally different arent we all? When it isn't my birthday I have a terrific day but today was especially great because I had lots of fun. The first great thing that happened to me was at school. They announced my birthday on the intercom and the whole class cheered even when it isn't some one in the classes birthday no one cheers! Then I read to the kindergarteners and I won for the best book and reader! Then I went to the office and I got a birthday pencil and card from my principal and also my principal sang happy birthday to me!!! After that I got off the bus and walked home with my Mom. When I got home I got a card with some money in it from my Pop Pop Bob and Grandma Sally. I used that and $10 on a game for my ds when me and my dad went to Best Buy today. The game I got is so cool. It is called Star Wars the complete saga!!! Then I got home and we called to go get some pizza for dinner. Then we went and got it then brought it home. We ate it and then I told my parents it was time for cake. So I put sparkly candles in the cake and lit them up, made a wish and blew them out!!!!! During pizza cake and after cake my Mom was video taping me. Then we went outside and talked about my present (also on tape). We then came inside and put the video tape on the internet so you can check it out at: www.lifetimeintimateportraitds.blogspot.com that is my mother's website. So I love ya and hope to talk to you soon!!!

p.s. special thanks to Deborah from Deborah's Encouragement blog for sending Savanna a birthday card from South Africa! ((hugs))

Comments

Unknown said…
Happy Birthday Savanna! God Bless.
Melissa Davis said…
Happy 11th Savanna!

Melissa

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