Monday, May 23, 2011

Birthday celebrations

Birthday weekends are always the best.

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On Friday, the actualy D-day, the hubs took me for coconuts after yoga practice. They were cold and delicious, almost as good as in India!

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We devoured dosas for lunch at our favorite hole-in-the-wall, Udipi.

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He took me to T'afia to enjoy a fabulous birthday dinner.

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On Saturday, the hubs surprised me with having some of our friends practice yoga with us in the morning. I was so happy during practice that I was practially smiling the entire time.

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Everyone did really well.

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And Joe was the coconut man after practice.

Saturday night Joe invited our friends for drinks and dessert at Boheme, one of local wine bars.
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I loved seeing all my friends and family.

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We danced the night away at the Madonnarama.

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I really have the best hubs a girl could wish for.

8 comments:

Lisa - respect the shoes said...

Wow, looks like you have had a wonderful birthday weekend - well deserved too!

Is it wrong that I've never had a cold coconut to drink from before? Is coconut water overly coconut-y?

Melissa said...

Oh my goodness - happy, happy birthday!!!

It sounds like you DO have the best husband! You were celebrated quite properly, I think. What a fabulous weekend!

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LyddieGal said...

Sounds like a pretty amazing birthday extravaganza! You've clearly got a wonderful husband and group of friends to celebrate with!

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Rebecca said...

I'm glad you had an awesome birthday.

laura said...

How sweet! and by the looks of it, your bday was a blast!
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Megan Mae said...

It sounds like it was a perfectly you day! What a fabulous birthday.

Anonymous said...

looks like you had a fabulous bday, I miss you all......

V said...

Happy Birthday! Where in Houston do you get the coconuts to drink from? I really wanted one when I went to Jamaica but never had the opportunity to do so. Or did/does your husband just chop them all up and you drink from them?