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Happy Late Birthday, Fiddle-faddle!
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Alison, I saw what you said to Evie, that you shared the same birthday! So, even though it is now obviously a day late, I still want to say:

Happy late Birthday, Fiddle-Faddle!

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:D:D HOW DID I MISS THIS?!!!!! YES, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! 29!!! Same as me and Evie and Celia too!!!! :o

Always 29 at heart, right?!!

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I am really 97, but I can still type...that is all I can do....

Wow, celia, that is sooo sad.

Happy belated to you Fiddle-Faddle!!! I hope it was sooo wonderful!

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Happy Birthday Alison!!!

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Robbin and Celia, you have me awfully confused, you're just teasing each other, right?

And was it your birthday, too? Happy birthday to the two of you as well, in that case!

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:) OOOPs, sorry Ursula, that is temporary insanity,lol. :D:D We had a lot of birthdays on here yesterday!! (not ours, though we quit having them)
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29 and holding, right you two?

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Oh, you guys almost had me fooled, I was looking at those crazy 'quotes' for a long time before I realized that you were probably teasing each other...............I am sooo gullible! :blink: But you should never stop celebrating birthdays, you are as old (or young) as you are, nothing you can do about it, you might as well celebrate while you can! ;)

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Happy Birthday Fiddle-Faddle!!!!! xoxoxoxoxoxLynne

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Happy Birthday Fiddle Faddle! :D

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Hope you had a great day!!! :D:D:D

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Happy Birthday!!!! I just turned 29 also! (No yelling, but I'm a little bummed about this one).

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Happy Birthday!

(PS: Jillian--I am oh-so tripping over the impending 30s and what the decade will bring also ! :lol: )

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Happy Birthday, Fiddle-Faddle! I'm chugging right behind yall at a big ol' 25!!!!!!!!

I'm happy there are lots of us in the same 'phase' :)

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