Thursday, December 17, 2009

My 22nd Birthday

I turned 22 on Tuesday. Dianne and Elaine get me a cake at the Roadrunner Party. They give me a gift card from Source For Sports and Rose give me a year of Canadian Running magazine.

On the birthday I got a Wii game, new shoes, Olympic mug and $250.
Tuesday night I went Wendys for supper, running group and bowling and then Death By Chocolate cake.

Thank You for the gifts and all the "happy birthday" on Facebook and the TDISC blog.

I had a very good year!

9 comments:

aspieteach said...

Happy belated birthday! Sounds like you had an excellent celebration. Best wishes for another great year of running, and life!

hj said...

Happy 22nd Birthday Alex! Sounds like you had a great time :) If you can, post some pics of using the Wii. I'd also be interested in hearing what you think of it as well. Again, Best Wishes to you for your 22nd year.

Clay said...

Happy Birthday, Alex, you've had a good year, and I hope the next is even better!

Phil Schwarz said...

Happy birthday, Alex!

r.b. said...

Your birthday is the day before my son's! God Bless you, Alex. May your 22nd year be the best yet!

Also, merry Christmas/Happy Holidays to you and yours!!

Kowalski said...

Happy belated Birthday from me as well, Alex!
:o)

Jan Scholl said...

Hello Alex! Happy birthday (mine was the day before yours but I am a lot older!). I came across your blog when I was searching for photos of people who run in the snow and who don't bundle up in many layers. We are getting a lot of ice and sleet here in Michigan and today I saw someone who was only in shorts and shoes. I have been a runner for well over 30 years but I still bundle up even in the summer! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and set personal bests in all your running next year. I am adding your blog to my must read running lists. If you ever come to Michigan, let me know so I can show you all the best running routes!

Adair said...

Happy belated birthday Alex! I must have missed it on Facebook. Sounds like it was a wonderful day. I have a feeling that 2K10 will be an even bigger year for you!! Best wishes, Adair, Asia, and Jerry

Malcolm said...

Well done Alex, I hope my Autistic daughter (now 2 and a half) will be as inspirational as you have been. My very best to you. Malcolm