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Happy Birthday to Me!

Thanks to Jon, I had the best birthday ever!

It started with a three hour bike tour of Copenhagen...

...followed by a Bailey's and coffee and beer while we dried out (it drizzled a bit on us at the end)...

...and then delicious Thai food and a bottle of my favorite wine.

It was the perfect day for reflecting on the blessings in my life; my current adventure, my family and friends and, most importantly, my husband. Thank you all for being in my life and making me feel so special!


  1. Sounds like an awesome bday, Ellen. Definitely been enjoying your two's adventures over the past several months - and am fortunate by the nature of coincidence to count you both as good friends of mine.

    Happy 364 unbirthdays!

    - O


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