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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Happy Birthday Lotus!

Click to enlargeClick to enlarge Miss Lotus (a former coworker at Mortar) had a little get together at Mars bar, and Nora and I stopped by...

It was a "rockstar" party, so Nora wore her "My mom is a rockstar" tee, but we pinned a Nora-hand-written note over the top replacing mom with Lotus, because Lotus truly IS a rockstar.

Nora didn't last too long, as it was pretty loud, and I gave her a Shirley Temple before giving her food. I should know by now... but I got her out of there pre-meltdown.

Unfortunately, I didn't avoid the meltdown -- it DID happen, once Nora realized we weren't going back to the party.

Anyway, Happy Birthday Lotus! We had fun at your party (while Nora lasted).

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