Dear God,

Thank you for I am now 23. Thank you for the beautiful birthday morning–and the pouring rain at the night time You’ve given me. Thank you for it has become such a perfect day. It’s one of the most perfect birthday I’ve ever had in 23 years.

Thank you for I have finally graduated from the university, and thank you for letting me stay for a while at Gates before I finally moved to Maverick (thanks for the pink shoes, the cute earrings, and the orange greeting card, guys! Luv u!)

Thank you for I have finally get over You-know-who and thank you for replacing You-know-who with some precious people. Thank you for now I have less regrets and have been able to move on my life. Thank you for You have passed me from heavenly subject ACCEPTING YOURSELF 101 and FORGIVING 101 with flying colors.

Thank you for I am now 23. And thank you for showing me that yesterday’s tears would eventually turn into tomorrow’s laughter.

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hanny

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