|Birthday flowers from SIL, BIL & godson!|
You may ask, "Angie, why do you feel the need to celebrate all month long?"
Let me explain. David and Chris, my brothers, both celebrate their birthday's in April (1st and 16th respectively) so legit, it always seemed like a month of birthdays. Plus, I had (and still have) many friends who celebrate their birth in April. Prime example - 9 out of about 30 people have an April birthday at my work. Nine.
I guess I never stopped celebrating the whole month - and my hope is that I will continue to do so for a very long time. I'm uber fortunate to have a husband who indulges this celebration and allows me to be the birthday brat I am for the month. And of course, my besties are also very good about it. I like to think of it as being endearing. Just sayin'.
So here we are in birthday week. My actual birthday was Sunday and it began with a delicious breakfast of eggs benedict - my favorite. I love the creamy hollandaise and how the egg yolk pours perfectly over the crisp hash browns and English muffins. My favorite kind of eggs benedict is crab benedict. I order it ever single time I see it on the menu. But something is a little bit more loving when your wonderful hubs makes it for you. No questions of "what would you like?" because he already knows. I gobbled up my breakfast and then we were lazy before heading to Brew Bracket (which I'll be posting a recap very soon) for the afternoon.
Next up, birthday sushi from Naked Tchopstix - for a review, head over to my other blog, City Nom Noms. And to wrap it up, drinks with some great friends.
It was a good birthday, low key but still busy. A good way to end the weekend (which really, wasn't the end since I took Monday off. I'm a firm believer everyone should have their birthday off. And if it falls on the weekend - take off the Monday) and begin the 2nd birthday week.
Yes, I said 2nd. Since birthDAY was on a weekend, I decided to grant myself two weeks.
Birthday. Brat. I know this.
Little celebrations here and there aren't bad. Things like me being able to pick out the movie on Tuesday night or decide where to go out to lunch on Monday. They are all little things - and nothing is wrong with entertaining life daily.