Sunday, October 11, 2009

Thank ya, Thank ya very much....

Thank ya very much, INDEED!
Sorry, I swear this is my last birthday it's been over a week since the actual event.   But tonight I got a chance to go through (moreso organize my list of thank-you cards) all my lovely gifts from all my lovely friends and family....and I cannot believe all the goodness that was bestowed upon me.
Again, seriously......


(Thanks Bonnie, Eva, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, Aunt Liz and Uncle Harry)

(Thanks Gaut-I can't believe you found such an appropriate t-shirt)
(Thanks Kristine-glad you stuck by me even though my taste in music is questionable)
(Thanks Jewel, Kris, and Jane--Jewelry and make-up always a plus!)
(Thanks Jewel-a magazine from South Africa=soooooo Interesting!)

(Thanks Bonnie, Monique, and Kris--you obviously know what makes me SWOON!)

-Vintage and Owls
(Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Wolf--you hit the spot w/antique owls and the vintage purse)
(Thanks Mel-it doesn't get much cuter than this!)

(Thanks Nate-classy wine for a cl-ASS-y lady like myself, 
no seriously, thank you very much, can't wait to taste this)
(Thanks Amy and Michael-I want to keep this on display FOREVER!  Vodka in a skull!)

(Thanks BF's parents, Thanks BF's sisters/family, Thanks Adriane, Monique, and Mr. and Mrs. Oberg--this will allow me to lift my self imposed "Wallet-Lockdown" if I feel so tempted to purchase some indulgent items)

And thank you to everyone for all those items not shown here. 
(Matte OPI nail polish/Aveda goodies courtesy of Abbey, The Necklush courtesy of Michael and Amy, $ courtesy of Rita, Roses courtesy of my dad, perfume/lotions courtesy of BF's sisters, and CARDS CARDS CARDS courtesy of many)

But thank you mostly for the honor of your presence at my party--it was an honor for sure.  I loved every minute of it.

Without everyone who made it, it would not have been the same....and that itself is the most important gift of all!


Isquisofrenia Style said...

wow wow , you got so awesome things there.
oh man i want my b-day to happen now !

Anonymous said...

awwww happy birthday sweetie! mine is this Friday and I already got mine from my parents! i got a new bed, mattress, and comforter set! omg they got me these 250 thread count Bamboo sheets from Target and it's like sleeping on BUTTER!

i did not know you loved Owls! i just bought some vintage 60s/70s carved knotted tortoiseshell looking wood Owl bookends for .50 cents that I don't know what to do with! would you like to have them? i can email you a pic if you want!

email me

missDTM said...

bdays should last for a month!!

i love crystal head's my favorite!!

Leproust Vintage said...

It sounds and looks like you had an incredible birthday!! I was catching up on your posts....all of your birthday outfits were incredible! And what fun presents!! :)

FashionJazz said...

Wow, what an amazing birthday u had!!! It was so weird seeing the SA ELLE- did u enjoy? Its my fav!!

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