One of my favorite sites to send ecards through is someecards.com. It’s actually the only site I use to send ecards. There are cards for absolutely every holiday, no matter how seemingly insignificant, as well as about any possible scenario that a person could experience.
I found one for myself.The runner up, or silver medalist, if you will, was this one.Let me clarify. I don’t usually send FB birthday greetings to people unless I have something other to say than “Happy Birthday”. If I can find a good ecard that I think is appropriate, then yes, I will post that on your wall. But I used to think it would be a little insignificant to just say “Happy Birthday”. Then for some reason, this year my thoughts on this changed. I read every single post on my FB page and found myself thinking, Oh that was nice of so and so to wish me a happy birthday. We all like to have other think about us, right? I’m still going to try and find a fitting ecard, but if I can’t find one, I’m going to wish you a happy birthday anyway.
Now for the card that my dad sent me. It was from my mom and dad actually, but my mom wanted it known that she didn’t pick it out – not that I really considered that notion. My dad told me he was crying in the card aisle, actually doubled over with tears streaming down his face.
If you are a new follower, you can check out the cards I made for my dad’s last two birthdays here and here. Before I show you what he sent me, he claims he doesn’t have access to children like I do, but he does have access to old people and Hey, I guess they’re right. Senior citizens, although slow and dangerous behind the wheel, can still serve a purpose. (That’s from Dumb and Dumber – if you didn’t know.)
Here were the birthday wishes I got from my parents: