You had a birthday this month and I forgot. At least Mr. H remembered his own mom's birthday but the others passed by unacknowledged. How embarrassing is that? These are our good friends!
We were at Dave and Donna's house last night for dinner and I happened to ask Donna when Dave's birthday was (I came up with the perfect gift idea over the weekend) and she said yesterday. YESTERDAY! Could I feel more stupid? And Donna's was 3 weeks ago. Yea, me!
And thus the birthday calendar.
I'm trying to use more recycled materials so the linen is from a Goodwill blazer and the backing was covering a thrifted seat cushion. The paper is cut from outdated brochures from work. It only took a few hours to put together but I'm still working on some of the month cards.
Now comes the most important part, filling in the birthdays.
Then I realized I don't think I know anyone with March birthdays. Except my best friend from kindergarten, Heather Sunda, who's birthday is March 31. Now why, you ask, do you remember a birthday from more than 20 years ago but forget your best friend's husband's birthday? Ridiculous.
Please help me by leaving your birthday (or any birthdays you think I should know, say, your kids' birthdays) in the comments. If I know you in person, they will be recorded on the knower-of-all-birthdays birthday calendar.
*If we've never met in person I can't promise to record you on the perennial calendar but if you have a March birthday, there just might be a surprise in store. I need to regain some karma points here.
P.S. I also missed my blog's birthday back on February 9. See the first post here.