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Birthday Celebration

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION...

No, it is not my birthday, too early.... It was a last minute planning surprise birthday for a sweet young girl.  Initially we had planned to go out for dinner in a Chinese restaurant, however two days prior to the dinner, someone suggested why not have the birthday celebration in the house instead.  More people can join in, more fun, more food and of course, put in some singing and dancing... that is more special, right?  LOL....

And so we had the party right in the garden.... we cook some, we bought some, friends brought some.. started off with grilled burger, barbeque ribs, salad, fried noodles, chicken, desserts and ended with a birthday cake.  Then the singing started... followed by dancing exercises!
He really loves doing the burgers for everybody here...
Snacks after meal...
The best burger in town! LOL...
Then the singing started.. I think we were doing Dancing Queen... LOL....

Not sure what song we were rendering...
 
And the party lasted till darkness fell...
I hope everybody enjoyed the celebration...
I definitely did!
LOL...

Comments

  1. Oh? Aaron went with you to the States? Happy birthday to the birthday celebrant! I love barbecues overseas - so nice and cool the weather there, not like here!

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  2. So much fun plus all the nice food!

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  3. I love the bowl of fruits since I am not that keen on BBQ. Are those strawberries, blueberries and cherries in the fruit bowl? Looks like everyone enjoyed the birthday celebration!

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  4. Your sister really have a beautiful big place. Lots of room for grilling and fun!

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  5. I like such celebration. At home with family and close friends.

    Wow. Singing and dancing? That was fun!

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