It’s been awhile since my son’s birthday has fallen on a post day, so of course I can’t let the day go by without wishing him a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Would you believe this fella is now 36 years old?
And would you believe he picked the Melt Bar and Grilled for his birthday dinner because the February special he’d been waiting for since he saw a picture of it (and was thrilled it was for his birthday month) was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cowabunga Melt?
I mean, is this a sandwich YOU would crave? Not me.
We did have a nice dinner there last Thursday (it was the only day everyone could get together and celebrate—we can never seem to celebrate birthdays ON the actual birthday!). Hubby and I split a meatball and mozzarella sticks sandwich (it was HUGE but very yummy), where most everyone else just ordered a half sandwich. And that TMNT sandwich that my son got? Yeah, he couldn’t finish it. Besides the fact he couldn’t order only a half-size (not on monthly specials), I think the green pesto sauce got to him (it certainly smelled strong!). At least he no longer craves it, because he doesn’t plan on getting it again.
Tomorrow my daughter, her friend, and I will be going to
to see a
Penguins game. Yay! Actually, we’re going to see Fleury. He’s returning via the
Vegas Golden Knights. This will probably be the only time I won’t root for the
Knights, though (I have my priorities!). I’m really looking forward to the game
and I’ll be wearing Hubby’s Fleury Penguins jersey. The Penguins are planning
on doing some kind of welcome back thing and my daughter is sure there will be
a lot of wet eyes around (hers included). Pittsburgh
So… Do you ever get to celebrate birthdays on the actual birthday? It seems to get harder and harder to do. Especially as the family grows.
Happy Monday! And Happy Giving Birth Day to me! :)