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It’s My Birthday Today

A bit of sunshine for the day.
A bit of sunshine for the day.

As you are reading this I am off on celebration.  Not a quiet one, but boisterous and joyful as it should be on a day like this.  It won’t be a celebration with conversation, party music, cake and ice cream, but in my own style, riding alone, with the only music played being from the pipes of my Victory motorcycle.  There will be no gifts other than the ones I have received this year and all of the previous years of my life.  The gifts of love and support from my family, friends and the gift of my talents given by the creator.  This celebration is not a “yea me!”, it’s deep gratitude for all those aforementioned gifts I have been given and continue to receive.  Wether you met me yesterday, known me for thirty years, or all of my life, (hi Mom!) thank you!  It doesn’t matter if you know me on a personal basis, or professionally as one of  my “friendors,” I am grateful for the good you have brought to my life, this is my celebration of you.

Today I am riding in the North Georgia mountains I love so much, celebrating all of the blessing in my life.  If you want to ride along, you can always read “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” , as many of my friends know I AM a creature of habit, and I will most likely be taking the same roads and stopping in the same places! LOL!  Read it or not, I carry you with with me.

Peace and Prosperity to you,

T.

Self_Portrait
Just Kicking Back

By Terry Cavender

Professional photographer, writer, living and working in the Atlanta Georgia area.

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