The Birthaversary

Birthday Cake With Lit CandlesIf you’re new to this blog, you probably aren’t aware that Mark and I have the same birthday, and that’s also the day we met and the day we got married (a year apart!). That just happens to be today and this is our 18th wedding anniversary.

Traditionally, ever since I got to Canada, we have thrown a big party on the Saturday closest to our birthdays. This turned into The Birthaversary.

We’ve skipped the party for the last few years because the house was really getting that run down. Now we’ve almost finished renovations on the main level, the birthday bash may get underway again.

The only disadvantage to hosting a big party for your birthday? No presents!!

Have a great day!


6 thoughts on “The Birthaversary”

  1. Happy Birthaversary to you both! I gave myself a present and pre-ordered “Vale” your new ‘Blood Stone’ short!!

  2. Jacque Greene- Bartlett

    Happy Anniversary! Happy birthday to you both! Happy Birthaversary! I have to tell you that I am a HUGE fan of your blog and all the informative information you post. Although my first love is your books! Ever since the first one I read I was captivated. I am sorry to say that I do not own all your books but I am working on it slowly but surely. I am eagerly awaiting the next Kiss Across Time book. That was the first book of yours that I read and I am so excited to revisit that world. I have not been able to read The Blood Stone Series and The Stonebrood Saga. However I adore the Kiss Across Time, Beloved Bloody Time, and Destiny’s Trinities series. You are a truly talented story teller.
    I read an average of a novel a day, it is my escape and therapy, it helps me concentrate on something besides the pain and betrayl of my body. I was happy i came across one of your books through Bookbub since i have a very limited budget to buy books with my husband working 6 days a week to scrap by for our family of 4. So thanks for offering some of your books for free it helps and is greatly appreciated! You have found a reader for life in me just by being you and writing excellent stories. Thank you for helping me escape the pain of my illness one story at a time. Have agreat week, Jacque

    1. Thank you so much, Jacque:

      I’m so pleased my stories make you happy. That’s exactly why I write them, and it’s good to know I’m succeeding!

      Take care, and thanks for stopping by!



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