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Is having your birthday on Valentines Day a good thing or a bad thing? Happy Birthday

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Funny B-day pic lambjm!

Northernsportman, Happy Birthday to you too!

Neighbor_guy just hit one of those decade marks! grin Have a good one! Hope you don't spend all of it framing. frown Go fishing for cripes sake! smile

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Thanks guy's, Here's ta being 30. cool Doesn't feel much different than 29. wink

Is having your birthday on Valentines Day a good thing or a bad thing? Happy Birthday

Barb, it has its moments. I can say it would be nice to give your date of birth and not have someone say "Oh, you're a Valantines baby!!!!" But then again, it leads to conversation from time to time.

Wanderer, not framing the entire time, there was some mudding, buying studs, watching the race, and drinking beer too. Didn't get to see tony's win live though, cliped the power line with a nail mad with 1 lap to go and missed it. Cars were on the back streach going into 3&4 at the time. sick

The best part was having lunch with da Goose. The worst part was cooking dinner (phanominal, Vennison Back Straps W/jack D sauce, spinach salad, and cheesy rice) and having her declare it groase and not eating it. But all in all it was a good day.

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"I can say it would be nice to give your date of birth and not have someone say "Oh, you're a Valantines baby!!!!" But then again, it leads to conversation from time to time."

Yeah, really. I know how you feel.

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