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December 01, 2008

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Tracy

how can it possibly be he's 14? gee.... give him a big happy birthday from me :-)

Natasha Burns

Happy birthday!!! Hehehe, what is it with 14 year olds and long hair in their face? Heather's boy has the same hair!!! hehehe! they are so cute though.
Love that red velvet cake and wish I could have some.

Well my dear, guess what just came in the mail???!!! My wonderful box of goodness from you! You naughty girl spoiling me with all those extra things, oh my gosh! I love every single thing, thank you so so much. And of course, the Merry sign is spectacular!!! oxox

Wanda

The cake looks beautiful in your kitchen...it looks like it is straight out of a magazine. Now...a question...I know people screw up that cake all the time...what is the right way?? I have yet to make one for fear of screwing it up.

Annie Frazer

You did good Mom.

Red Velvet cake is one of my favorites too. And you are right, most people just can't get it right.

Happy Birthday Mr. Luke.

Annie

Cindy (Junque Art)

What a great Birthday! Happy Birthday to your "baby"! They grow up so fast don't they?

Lisa Yates

Donna - My goodness Luke is so grown up and cute! It seems like yesterday that you were giving him a bath in the kitchen sink. You have so much to be proud of...he looks like you..then a little like Jack..and then a little like Brian. I have no doubt he is quite a wonderful young man with you as his mom!

P.S. I can just taste that red velvet cake with the real frosting.

Lori

Donna, he is adorable...awful hair and all...LOL...my almost 16 year old was sporting the long hair for a while...happy birthday to your boy!!!

Maija Lepore

I understand your feelings about the hair, but he does look very hip and cool. I have an almost 14 year old!
I've never had red velvet cake, but it looks YUMMY!

M

How fun! And WHAT a cool cake!!!

M ^..^

Jeanne

Best. Mom. Ever.:-) I loved the traditions that my mom made for us and I look forward to continuing them with my kids. Sweet post.

sherri.field@sbcglobal.net

I make those same noodles. My grandma made them and passed it on down. That cake looks divine! I think your son will treasure the memories of you doing such a bang up job on his birthday celebration--and doing it in pain will just let him know how much he meant to you. Hope your back is better soon. :(

Love the red cabinets & white counter tops!

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happy birthday to your son! you're a great mom! i'm sure it's something he'll always remember. i love red velvet cake, my grandmother made it all the time, it's one of my favorite desserts. maybe you could post the recipe sometime, i'd love to see if they are the same! i only make it once and awhile. i might have to get out the recipe, your cake looks delicious! hope all is well, miss talking to you. xo

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