Celebrating All Month: People Skills

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Holidays have now extended out months – we barely have Christmas and it’s Valentine décor in every store – Christmas is actually most of the year now and Halloween begins to show itself as summer is still happening –

I bring this up because it’s the month I was born and so I’ve decided to celebrate all month –

The actual date is the 13th – and I’m already getting well wishes through Facebook and other social media –

The first time someone I barely knew sent birthday wishes over the web I was surprised and delighted – I still am even though now I know our technology makes it ever easier to know these things – if you are on Facebook and have put in your birth date – people will know.

So what about you? Can you celebrate with me on this? And maybe extend your one day into a full month of celebration? What about a season like they do for other holidays?

I’m celebrating my birth to this earth first quarter maybe… maybe not.

Next is how shall we celebrate? Cake is good… though the results of a full 3 months of cake may not be the smartest…

How about gratitude – that works for me –

I’m grateful – that I was born; to the place and the parents, to the time and the date – to my creator.

How about you? Does it matter what day, week, month a person is born if they celebrate life?

Okay – more questions than answers and I’m hungry – maybe some cake?

Thanks for your birthday wishes – and blessings, Shawna

You can see some of my animals and life here if you’re interested:



~ by Shawna Schuh on March 8, 2011.

2 Responses to “Celebrating All Month: People Skills”

  1. I’m glad I was called to look at your blog again today: Because it’s your birthday, and I can tell you I hope today is fab whatever you do, ride your mare, hug your goat, or walk your pooches. But you make every day fabulous with your wisdom, smile, faith — all things at the heart of your blog, too. My heart goes out to you and Don and his mom. Those kinds of scares are etched in my mind from my dad and my uncle’s last years, too. It always helped me to remember that all of us are exactly where God wants us to be when he wants us there. Thanks for who you are, Janet

  2. Hi Janet –
    You’re a sweetie! Thanks for the comment and as we grow older the parent thing becomes something we all share…
    Keep those great blogs about animals coming!

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