I want to use today's blog to wish my husband, Rick, a very happy birthday. It's amazing to think he almost didn't make it into this life. He was born 3 months premature and was fighting the Rh-factor with his mother's blood. Rick was given a complete blood transfusion at birth and they didn't expect him to survive. A priest was even called in to give last rights. Forty-six years later, you'd never guess this guy was once small enough to fit on the palm of his father's hand.
Happy Birthday, Rick -- I love you!
Happy Birthday, Rick!
Happy Birthday!Brendan and Rick have something in common.ReplyDelete
Hope you had a great day Rick!ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday!! I'm sorry I suck and didn't call home today. Now it's too late and I've just gotten back to the base... *sigh*ReplyDelete
Hope the day was good though! Eat an extra piece of cake for me. :)
No problem, Nichelle. You're leaving soon, so I imagine you have lots to do to get ready. He reads the blog from time to time, so I'll tell him you stopped by.ReplyDelete
And don't worry about that cake because I did have a second piece just for you. ;)
It's amaing what God can do ! Wow!ReplyDelete
Happy birthday Rick!
Wow! Amazing story! Happy Birthday Rick!ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday to Rick!ReplyDelete
Wow that was inspirational! Happy B-day to your hubby! It just goes to show nothing's impossible with GOD!ReplyDelete
That is an amazing entry into life! Hope you had a good day with your hubby! He shares his birthday with my daughter!ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday Rick! You sure are a walking miracle! Loved yesterdays blog too-I'm a huge supporter of not contributing to the pet population.I wish more people would stop letting their pets breed,or breeding them for money,while millions of pets are languishing in pounds around the world. This issue burns me. LeanneReplyDelete
Happy Birthday Rick! :)ReplyDelete
Love that picture. What a wonderful idea and way to honor your hubs. I never do much for mine because we share our bday but I think I'm going to put together a poster of his life.ReplyDelete
We shouldn't wait 'til people are dead to do that. Thanks for being my muse.