Happy Birthday to me!

jae001's picture

March 24, 1970 @ 08:05 I was born. In 1991 I really never thought I would be alive to see my 40th Birthday! Here it is! I am healthy and have a bright future! I have a loving and supportive husband and children, even though sometimes they make me want to pull my hair out, and I have great friends! I am truely blessed.

I know I have many more to come!




Regina Keeton's picture

Happy Bday and I wish you many more!!!!!!!!1


katie06's picture

Happy Birthday!


marcia's picture

Happy birthday love!!!All the best, wishing more healthy years, trust in God and He will renew your strength, acknowledge Him in everything. Lots of luv dear...


Flor D. Maldonado's picture

God bless you Jae, and you will enjoy many other springs to come because you have the right set of mind, you are positive, an optimist and you always find the good out of every situation. I enjoy your postings very much and I wish you the best for the years to come. I am very proud to hear of all the accomplishments science has had with all the HIV medications, many experts say that there is a lot more to be done, but with what we got so far many are able to finish raising their kids, spend more years with their spouses, finish school and get their degree, any dreams that they had, now most of them could become true and I am thankful and hopeful that the government continue supporting financially this cause.


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