Monday, October 12, 2015

Older. New Thing.

Yesterday was my daughter's thirtieth birthday.  The thirty days leading into her birth date has been a journey down memory lane, much of which was shared in this space and to my FB circle. From this day forward I am the parent of two "kids" in their thirties.

And so today, I had flour-less pancakes; banana and eggs. Hmmm...  I think tomorrow I shall try it with cinnamon.

#MicroBlog Monday 

16 comments:

  1. Many happy returns (to you both)!

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  2. Happy birthday to your daughter! Mmmm, those pancakes sound amazing. Cinnamon would definitely be good, I think!

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    1. Hi Jess. Thank you!. They were good. Cinnamon would make them better, I think. :-)

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  3. Anonymous8:23 AM

    I have no idea how kids get older and older but we stay the same.

    em

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    1. It is indeed the strangest thing. :-)

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    2. Ha! Right!

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  4. Anonymous10:15 AM

    Love you Mom

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  5. Congratulations on your daughter (and you!) reaching that milestone. May her thirties be an amazing decade.

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    1. Thank you. Amazing would be good. ;-)

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  6. Happy birth day. 30 years of memories is such a gift!

    Personally, I will never forgive my daughters for growing up.

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    1. Thank you. I know what you mean. However, I must say, thirty was a breeze compared to 21. ;-)

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  7. My own daughter turned 31 this past Spring. Not sure how that happened!

    Here's a toast to adult children... may they always take good care of their mothers!

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    1. Indeed. Toast and care.

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