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August 18, 2007

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Lauren

happy birthday, I hope I can be as graceful and beautiful when I get there

Lauren

happy birthday, I hope I can be as graceful and beautiful when I get there

Lauren

happy birthday, I hope I can be as graceful and beautiful when I get there

Kathryn

Happy belated birthday to ya! Sounds like you've got the right attitude.

Ann

Happy Birthday!! I'm right b/h you. I'm turning 36 this year and I remember thinking the same about the people on 30 Something. oy. The 40's are the new 30's and you'll do them beautifully!!

I second continuing with the badass ways sentiment.

Enjoy your day, girl!!

HUGS.

Margaret

Happy Birthday to you! I loved my forties, but the 50s haven't been too bad so far. (some issues with aging relatives, and frustrations with teenagers--but otherwise, can't complain) Enjoy life!

GraceD

Happy Birthday, dearest Kris.

I'm elated that you didn't mention anything about your appearance - wrinkles, size, gravity issues. That alone is a feminist approach to positive aging.

In regards to not having the decade define you, may I say that it's not at all a bad thing to being fully 40. I do accept the changes that naturally come with 40, 50 and, 8 years from now, 60. To resist this is to resist what it means to live.

Perhaps what you mean is that you will shun the flawed criteria of aging asserted by our youth obsessed culture.

My birthday wish for you is to carry on what you're doing now as you're leading a wonderful, productive life. Continue on with your badass ways, dollin!

Love,
Grace

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