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Happy Birthday!


41 is NOT fatal!!!!!!!!!!!
Happy Birthday


happy happy birthday, friend!
once you have a few glasses of wine, 41 won't matter. :)


it only gets better from here


Happy belated, my dear!

Judy Miller

Wish I were your age! I remember my 41st birthday--I think I remember. Maybe that was my daughter's 41st birthday that I remember.
Gosh--I wish I were your age so I could still remember things.
Happy B-Day Lovely Lisa


So they say "40 is the new 20" then going with that theory and running with it: 41 must be the new 21, right??! So I lift my wine glass to you and toast "Happy Birthday, you are still young and cool" clink clink


Happy 41st. I get what you're saying...I'll be 42 in a few months and I listen to Dr. Dre and eat...pizza. Drink wine.

I live in Northern CA now, but I'm from Detroit originally (well, Royal Oak and Clarkston and Troy and Pleasant Ridge and Lake Orion. Oh, and there were those East Lansing college years.)

Wave to the big Joe Louis fist for me.


Buon Compliano Bella! Sorry that I missed the salutations, but I was in middle of my move from Italy. I'm back in WA now and look forward to chatting at a normal hour. Happy Birthday once again.


Hope you had a good one!

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