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Birthday Photo Diary

 Completely obsessed with my new beautiful macrame hanger and bag.
 Came home to find my handsome guy had filled our house with balloons!
My Mom is the queen of gift-giving... we went out for a little shopping and she spoiled me rotten!
The day wouldn't be complete without my special girl Tinkie. 
Yep, balloons were everywhere and tied to everything. I love it! 
Then this amazing tutti-frutti creation from Edible Arrangements showed up at the front door, courtesy of Alex's ever-thoughtful family. We devoured it so hard. 
Thank you to everyone who sent me birthday wishes... it was wonderful and absolutely one of the best day's I've had! 


Julie said…
I can't remember if I said it or not, so just in case, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! Looks like you had a great birthday! Love that macrame hanger!! So cute! That fruit looks so good too.
Bella Harris said…
Thank you, Julie!!!

I think I want macrame everything now! lol

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