Saturday, May 25, 2013

Happy Twenty First Alice.

Just after you were born your Mum asked your Dad to buy a little duck for your bath and he came back with two.
'Two swans for a princess,' he said.
We are all looking forward to your return from America.
Lots of love
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LL Cool Joe said...

Happy Birthday to Alice!

angryparsnip said...

Happy Birthday to Alice.
Let there be cake !

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

Parsnip: I expect there has been cake. She is in N.Y. with her boy friend or just left for Chicago. She is finishing her year at Florida Uni with a grand tour:)

Carmi Levy said...

The world is indeed her oyster. The future's so bright...

Pat said...

Carmi: all fingers crossed.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Happy birthday, Alice! Your grandma's so proud of you and I can see why.

What a lovely photo, Pat, she looks like sunshine.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh...! A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALICE!!! I love that story about the ducks....So very sweet!
I hope the U.S. and our sometimes disgusting values (SEE: The Kardashians) did not taint her. She looks like such a lovely sweet girl!
You must be very proud Pat....!

Mage said...

Dear Gramma, you leave me smiling.

Gadjo Dilo said...

Yes, it's a lovely picture - is Alice in the recording studio there?

Granny Annie said...

Definitely a beauty deserving of swans! Happy Birthday Alice:)

Pat said...

GG: I told her Dad this and he said
'Good ole GG.'
The 'ole' is nothing to do with age:)

Naomi: I think she has loved her time in America but am sure she is ready for home now. I haven't seen her for over a year. Too long.

Mage: that's good Mage.

Gadjo: no in the UK - at her Uni I believe.

Granny Annie: she is having a high old time travelling round America with her lovely boy friend and then coming home after a year at Florida Uni. Her boyfriend is a Brit BTW and has just finished Uni in the UK - where they met.

Pat said...

Joey: I hope she reads all the lovely wishes.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Pat, haha, I like to think I'm a good ol' egg :-D

Seriously, young people like Alice, and my siblings' and cousins' children, give me hope.