Lenny, you bring us so much joy.  Happy Birthday!  Have fun on your special day.

Hugs from Yaya.

13 thoughts on “HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LENNY!!!

  1. It does sound like a lotta' fun, doesn't it, Susan?Actually, Sharon, I think that Lenny is the absolute epitomy of joy.You know, your're right, Hema. If I ever had a chance to meet him, I would almost be surprised not to see the smily sun propped on top of his shoulders for a head. LOLLenny is, in my opinion, what the blogging world is all about. His personality is such that he brings us all together. What an awesome guy. ~ Yaya

  2. Lenny's a really special kid an' we all love him, Theresa. Every one of his posts is worth reading an' he makes everyone feel important. I imagine you a'ready know that, though, don'tcha'? ~ Yaya

  3. hi miss yaya! wow this was the most special and best birthday of my whole life. it got made lots more special cause of all the happy birthdays i got from my blogger friends just like you. i got so much love from all over the blogs and im keeping it right in my heart forever….hugs from lenny

  4. Hey Yaya! I've missed you! I'm so glad you stopped by! Happy Birthday Lenny! Yaya, You're not going to believe this, but I typed a Very LONG comment to your last post about sewing, but google decided it was too long and sent an error message instead. Even at the end before the message came up I made the comment that it was so long, I could have been a guest blogger and used that for a post. We're just gonna have to keep up with our comments so mine won't be so long. LOL! No really you mention the one curse word in my whole highschool career. SEWING. I didn't want to but I ended up taking Home-Ec in the middle of a semester. I knew nothing about sewing, but they wouldn't let me take cooking, so I tried. And tried and tried. The teacher kept ripping everything I did apart. I even came in before and stayed after school to work on the project. Finally, she made the crack that she didn't know why I was trying so hard I was going to flunk anyway, so I gave her a real reason. I said a few choice words to her ( I was a rebellious teen who had just lost her mom and had been shuffled all over the place, so I really didn't care what happened.) Anyway, I never did learn to sew. I can't even hem a garment, and I still remember that teacher's last name and it's not in a good way. People like her shouldn't be teachers.God Bless,PJ

  5. Hi Yaya .. thanks for coming over to see me via Lenny's blog .. he's great isn't he .. and thoroughly deserved his special birthday luv from around the blogosphere ..Good to meet you and see you around .. cheers Hilary

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s