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It's My Birthday & ...

Posted Jan 05 2012 10:28am
Happy Birthday to me!!!
It's my birthday and I can cry if I want to, but I won't!  I don't know why but I absolutely love my birthday I always have the best day and feel so loved and lucky to be alive another year, I don't fear getting older and it's probably the one day a year I become one of those annoyingly peppy people that I usually can't stand to be around!  First thing this morning my parents called and sang happy birthday which is always a great start then the first e-mail I opened was from a friend telling me I was the one who inspired her to start running!  That is just the beginning, I can't even start to mention all the wonderful wishes I've gotten on FB and my hubs texting me and I have a friend taking me out to dinner and salsa dancing tonight.  Can I be any luckier?!?!!!   I'm all about spoiling myself on my birthday too so after work today will be my day off from the gym (I switched it out with tomorrow) and I am going to buy myself some new running shoes to start the training season off right next month and maybe a new exercise outfit even though I don't need one (I can't go into Sports Authority and not buy more than 1 thing that's why I'm normally not allowed in there) and go use the Express gift card I had earned.
  

Billboard #1 song on the Day I was born: BeeGees How Deep is Your Love

Famous people born on this day the only one that caught my attention was Eddie Sutherland because it's really close to my maiden name Sutherlin so I wonder if there was any relation...  He was an actor in the Chaplin era.
The skiing teddy bear my husband gave me for my birthday 2 years ago shortly after we had just started dating, named Sam Adams :-)

So today in History JANUARY 5
1477
Swiss troops defeat the forces under Charles the Bold of Burgundy at the Battle of Nancy.1815
Federalists from all over New England, angered over the War of 1812, draw up the Hartford Convention, demanding several important changes in the U.S. Constitution.1904
American Marines arrive in Seoul, Korea, to guard the U.S. legation there.1914
Henry Ford astounds the world as he announces that he will pay a minimum wage of $5 a day and will share with employees $10 million in the previous year's profits.





1920
GOP women demand equal representation at the Republican National Convention in June.





1925
Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming is sworn in as the first woman governor in the United States. 1933
Golden Gate Bridge is Born










1969
President Richard M. Nixon appoints Henry Cabot Lodge as negotiator at the Paris Peace Talks.













































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