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Saturday, June 24, 2006
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Karen's and my 47th birthday on June 26th. :)

Another year sneaks up on me:
you know, it's funny how time flies
when you least expect it:
It seems like yesterday when
I thought I'd never grow old,
when I had forever to look
forward to.  And now I find
myself looking back, wondering
where did all of that time go?
Memories now.  And in the
mirror, subtle changes:  more
lines, more grey, and my body
isn't as spry as it used to be,
You ask, am I complaining?
No.  I'm just very grateful that
I made it another year.

(c) 2006, Karla Dorman. 

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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 6/27/2006
Very happy belated Birthday, Karla and Karen! It is our oldest daughter's birthday too (that's why we were not in the den all day).
We wish you lots of health,luck and many more wonderful Birthdays!!!
Lots of Love and many, many Hugs to you both, Birgit and Roger
Nice poem for this great day!
Reviewed by Paul Williams 6/26/2006
Happy birthday Karla and Karen, may you both be Twenty-One forever lol...

Reviewed by jude forese 6/25/2006
have a wonderful birthday, Karla ... and many more ...
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 6/25/2006
Happy Birthday Karla and Karen.

It is funny to think of being at this age. I turned 49 last month. I think back to being a little girl and looking at my mother when she was in her 40's and thinking - damn, she is old! when I look at myself at 49 I think I'm still young. How could I be 49? Numbers are funny like that.

~ Sara
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/25/2006
Darn I forgot...But All the best, or at least the most beautiful women do live in Texas..

A land where men are man and cows are scared...

But is true bout Texas Women....

Happy 21st... for the 16th xx
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/25/2006
It seems like yesterday when
I thought I'd never grow old,

You can say that again! But I sure wish I was just 47... And Happy Happy Day to both you and Karen, Karla.
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 6/24/2006
Happy birthday, Happy Birthday, and Happy Birthday, may you be blessed with many more
God BLess
Reviewed by L. Figgins 6/24/2006
Oh hon, you are in the very prime of your life. You know that. And each day from the day you awakened in full bloom is marked with a poem. Isn't that beautiful?! Seeding your passion and love of beauty(you even see it in the dark)like wildflowers. That's how I see you-a wildflower on the prairie. You may shudder in the wind but your roots are sturdy and deep. Congrats to both you and Karen on your 47 years!

Love, Lin
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 6/24/2006
I know the feeling, Karla. I just turned 56 on June 8th and I wonder where the time has gone. How could I be this age and still feel so much of my youth within me? Age is a marker...something like a timeline but really it doesn't say much about who we are. It is not about how old we are but about how much we have "lived" that colors our world. Congratulations to both you and Karen on making it another year!! Cheers!!!!
Take care,
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/24/2006
Well expressed Kerla!!

Wish I was as young as you still... :(

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/24/2006
Have yet to make another year,
Though I will I must admit I fear,
Getting tired am I of this old life,
Perhaps i should reincarnate into a steer,
And get myself a young heifer as a wife...;) Ed
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/24/2006
Philosophically very sound and wise, Karla. Thank you for making me think. It's my eldest daughter's birthday today. In case I forget (because the coming week is rearing its head to be a really stressful one), happy birthday in advance. I hope you have sweet day. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/24/2006
Yes, I hear you, but the greatest thing is we are only sent here to love and through that our existances have profound purpose..
Happiest Birthdays girls..Love ya.
Xxx dove
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/24/2006
Yep. Better than the other.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/24/2006
Karla I'm reading this after the call;-) Happy Birthday to both of you and may the coming year be a blessed one for you! Your poetry soars and so do you!

Reviewed by Aberjhani 6/24/2006
A joyful HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you and Karen. Thank you for spending so much of your time while in this world to bless it with the shining gifts of your wisdom, grace, and love shared through poetry and prose. May you see another 47 years and with each one grow increasingly in an abundance of joy and prosperity.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/24/2006
You have a good , positive attitude which has carried you far in life..
It will carry you much further still...;)
God Bless
Reviewed by F William Broome 6/24/2006
47 ! ! ! Hell, Child, that's kid stuff. But, if you really believe that you're getting old, which you're not, I have a Birthday Present for each of you; I promise NOT to SING my best wishes to two wonderful members of our close, but not closed, society of poets?
- In Fun, Bill

Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/24/2006
Amen to that sentiment young lady! (-:

You're not getting older - you're getting better!

Happy Birthday ya'll!

Great poem!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 6/24/2006

We lived this long only by the Grace of God; we are living, breathing, walking Miracles! I thank God every day for the aches, pains, and the grey hairs; we could have very easily died, but God had other plans, obviously! Happy Birthday, you aren't old, you are only a spring chicken! Have fun, and may you have many more happy birthdays; I can't think of a better person to share a birthday with than you! You were the best present God ever gave me, and you still ARE!! Love you, sweetie!

(((BIRTHDAY HUGS))), birthday kisses, and many prayers, your (grateful) twin sister, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Rebecca Burns 6/24/2006
Happy, happy birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, you look like a monkey...sorry wrong song. And we really love you.
Loves Rebecca
P.S. where did all the time go? Maybe to writing like a million great poems and such for us to enjoy. xoxo
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