What is the ideal birthday celebration from your point of view?
Family, friends and food! Every year I enjoy a barbecue, some beer and all the people I care about. You can't beat it with a stick!
I too love to celebrate with my family, some friends and food! We either go to my favorite restaurant for dinner or my mom offers to cook me my favorite meal followed by playing dominos. Every year when my family asks me what I want for my birthday I answer....peace, tranquility and someone else cooks dinner.
Being above ground is always nice. Then the real celebration begins when I can remember which one it is without looking at my I.D.
ha ha, I'll invite you to my party because good humor always completes the occasion:)
Isn't humor the greatest stress reliever? People shouldn't take life too seriously. It's only temporary.
As of lately after my 18th birthday day, I been having my birthdays by myself. But a ideal one, would be with close friends, and my boyfriend, and a nice home made cheese cake instead of a tradtional cake.
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