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MY 5 BIRTHDAY WISHES



I know they say it’s a maximum of three wishes when you blow the candle lights off your birthday cake. Well, I have five wishes today and it doesn’t matter whether I seal them by blowing the lights off a cake or not. LOL

So here they are 

     1.     Have a group of people play the violin to me




     2.    Watch live, crazy, creative fireworks





    3.    Lodge in a 5 star hotel for days on vacation with the agenda being sleep, eat and write


Westin palace Hotel, ITALY

    4.    Have a candle light dinner by the beach with the special people in my life




   5.    Go for a historic, outdoor photo shoot where I’m totally, royally, dope in all photos!!




    Dear princess-Anne,here is my official Happy birthday shout-out to you. I love being you! 
    
     Read : My 25 Indispensable Lessons of 2016



Comments

  1. Awwwwww, I hope all your wishes come true... I know violinists in UNN alone, if only I could bring them to Lagos for you

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  2. Hugs!! Thanks sister of life!!
    Love you

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  3. Oh oh...Let's do the beach on Saturday...Whatyu say?

    Then that vacation...It's doable but you can't go now. Work calls baby.

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    1. Beach on Saturday sounds good
      Hmmm
      This girl needs a push.
      No qualms. We will do something sooner or later

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    2. Beach on Saturday sounds good
      Hmmm
      This girl needs a push.
      No qualms. We will do something sooner or later

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  4. These will definitely become a real experience,either sooner or later. Happy birthday mama. I love you.

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  5. I am hoping the same best effort from you in the future as well. In fact your creative writing skills has inspired me. Living Well CBT Counselling

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