Saturday, July 27, 2013

I don’t care which language you say it in...

¡Feliz cumpleaños! (Spanish),

Joyeux anniversaire! (French),

Buon compleanno! (Italian),

С Днем Рождения! (Russian),

Gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag! (Dutch),

Grattis på födelsedagen! (Swedish),

祝你生日快樂! (Chinese),

जन्मदिन मुबारक हो! (Hindi),

Chúc mừng sinh nhật! (Vietnamese),

Boldog születésnapot! (Hungarian),

Feliç aniversari! (Catalan),

Feliĉan naskiĝtagon! (Esperanto),

or even English, please join me in wishing Mrs. RWP a very...

(Chocolate chip cookie by Kroger Bakery)


  1. Hope your special day is wonderful, Mrs. RWP!

  2. Indeed ~ Mrs RWP, sending warm birthday wishes from Australia :)

  3. สุขสันต์วันเกิด!

  4. Mrs. RWP says, "Thank you, Mary Z!"

    Mrs. RWP says, "Thank you, Carol in Cairns!"

    And Mrs. RWP says, "Falemnderit!" to Yorkshire Pudding, which means "When you speak to me in Thai, I respond in Albanian"....

  5. Mrs. RWP says, "Thank you very much, Snowbrush!"

  6. Awww, a very happy birthday from me as well to your lovely Mrs RWP, I hope she had a nice day from little ole me in Manchester :)

  7. Mrs. RWP thanks you, too, All Consuming in Manchester! We have a friend here in Atlanta who used to be a Mancunian, part of a family whose surname is Fallows. You wouldn't possibly be living next door to them, would you?

  8. Oddly Heh. However my lovely dog Lardy was born in 'Fallow'-field, an area a couple of miles away (as far as we know - a little tenuous but hey). Atlanta, as exotic sounding as Atlantis to a Mancunian girl like me. Hope you both enoyed the cake :)

  9. Happiest of Birthdays to you, Mrs. RWP and may God richly bless you for many, many more!!

    I've liked you immensely ever since I asked "What would you do with 20 pineapples if your husband brought them home?" and according to Mr. RWP, you suggested you would 'wrap 'em around his head!'
    I just know you're a fun gal! Enjoy your day!

  10. All Consuming, Fallow-field is close enough for me, although we really should figure out the relationship between your dog and the woman I know here in (ahem) exotic Atlanta. The cake was a big chocolate-chip cookie!

  11. Mrs. RWP thanks you, Hilltophomesteader, for making her smile! And I, RWP, can attest to the fact that she is both fun and one formidable lady.