Lovely surprises

Lovely surprises

Well yesterday was my birthday my daughter had arranged we go Chester for the day gets in the taxi go train station says she as a confession we are going London to see Phantom of the opera was so excited then to top it all off gets to the station and two close friends from my old job were waiting to go with us.

Amazing day  and show was brilliant

11 Replies

  • Great happy picture and what a lovely treat!!! Belated Happy Birthday Babsclunn!! 


  • That's what I call a real surprise and treat ,glad you enjoyed it and belated Birthday greetings

  • Hi Babs .. That's a completely wonderful surprise! Xxx

  • What a lovely surprise to get and have the company of your two best friends.  Well all I can say is that you have a lovely daughter so thoughtful.  I am glad you enjoyed your day and I wish you a Happy Birthday and a Happy Easter

  • Happy belated birthday wishes! Thats the lovley thing about daughters,glad you had a fab day. x

  • Aww how lovely .. going through the stuff we're experiencing acts of love and kindness is just the tonic we need.. belated happy birthday and glad you had fun!

    Michelle x

  • What a lovely story to warm the heart . The love of family and friends shines a light in what can be a dark world sometimes.


  • That's so fantastic! I'm really happy for you -- your daughter is a star! Happy belated birthday! Kerry xx 

  • Happy birthday!great that you shared it with friends,daughters can be a treasure,like mine (thanks Rosie )they come through when you need cheering up,

    Hope you had a lovely time

    Love Carole xx

  • What a lovely surprise.  Glad you enjoyed your special day.  Happy Birthday. Ann xo

  • Yesterday (27th) was my Birthday too, so a Happy belated Birthday to you:-)  Chester is one of my favourite places, in fact my hubby's sister lives there so we walk everywhere we can - it's quite a magical place (I actually live in Canada).  BTW, It was my 70th Birthday yesterday so delighted to celebrate 17 years as a Stage 4 cancer survivor (in remission).  I never believed that at 53 years old, I'd ever live to see 70!  What a privilege it is!  I hope you enjoy seeing The Phantom of the Opera and to do it with good friends is a real treat! Enjoy!

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