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Where’s Literate Housewife? (Birthday Vaca Day 3)

Happy birthday to me! I’m 40 today! What better place to reach this milestone than a private beach with a catered lunch? I can’t think of another place I’d rather be. I’m going to drink in every minute of the time I’m in the Bahamas.

40 never looked so good…

 

13 Comments

  • At 2011.10.08 11:04, Mary said:

    LOL, at first I read the your were going to “drink every minute of the time…” and I thought “she’s going to have a heck of a hangover!” ;)

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    • At 2011.10.08 11:07, Beth Hoffman said:

      Happy Birthday, Jennifer! Have a blast and enjoy every moment!

      • At 2011.10.08 11:10, bermudaonion (Kathy) said:

        Happy birthday to you! I hope you’re having the time of your life!

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        • At 2011.10.08 11:19, JoAnn said:

          I read “drink every minute”, too! Happy Birthday!!

          • At 2011.10.08 11:42, Yvann said:

            Happy birthday! The beach looks like an EXCELLENT place to spend it :-)

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            • At 2011.10.08 14:40, Anita said:

              Happy Birthday, I hope it’s a great day!!

              • At 2011.10.08 14:55, heidenkind said:

                Happy birthday!

                • At 2011.10.08 16:46, rhapsodyinbooks said:

                  This just looks so incredibly wonderful! What a way to have a happy birthday!!!!

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                  • At 2011.10.08 21:44, Emily said:

                    Okay, so I might just be a teeny, tiny bit jealous of you :) Happy Birthday!!

                    • At 2011.10.09 03:17, Pam said:

                      I am officially no longer speaking to you. :P

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                      • At 2011.10.09 10:01, Rebecca @ The Book Lady's Blog said:

                        Happy birthday, Jennifer! Hope you’re having a fabulous trip filled with books and drinking and drunk reading.

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                        • At 2011.10.10 10:50, carol said:

                          Happy Birthday! Hope you’re having a wonderful trip.

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                          • At 2011.10.10 12:16, Lilian Nattel said:

                            Happy 40th! Just wait–it’s a great age. And btw, I can relate to you being a business analyst who loves literature. I was a chartered accountant until my writing reached a place where it could pay the mortgage. I was just past 40 then and so much more happened after that.

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