Joe turns 64 today. Happy Birthday Joe. Enjoy your day and know that your best years are still ahead for you.
A friend forever----Jean
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have a blessed birthday
Are you still stopping by on your way back through Arizona. Chris and I are looking forward to seeing you. Maybe Harry will be in town visiting his children and grandchildren, and we can all go out and celebrate!
Congratulations on 64 great years. We wish health and happiness for the next 64!
See what happens when you tell Jean about birthdays! You get to see your name and age in big bold letters on the taxidermy net.
I'm glad somebody is almost as old as I am. Beat you by three days. Have a great day! Another Forever Friend, Jan
Hope youre still massaging clay for us all to benefit by!
Same Here, FELIZ CUMPLE ANOS ! I MEAN HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOSE
You should have said your birthday was coming up when we talked yesterday. I have lots of good memories and the conversations are always stimulating, You know what I mean! The tape is on its way. Let me know what you think. Good luck with the mew Rhino sculpture.
As Always your friend ,
I'm curious, as I've never seen him here.
Happy Birthday Joe, I am surprised you got to have another, after spending all that time with Jean. She will run you right into the ground, lol, I am sure you knew that before she came out there, if not, you do now.
Joseph M.., happy birthday ! Hope you notified the fire department, before they lite all those candles.Talk about a blaze in the southern Texas sky., oh lordie !
Joe, I hope your special day was as special as you really are. I beat you to this age 10 months ago. So enjoyed talking with you when you were in Calif. At least you and Jean know I'm still alive.
Happy 2 days after your birthday.
With admiration and friendship, Anita
Joe, sorry to be late wishing you the best as you start 65. It was a pleasure to get to know you ... and the next time I'm out to see that part of my family I'll try to look you up.
BTW... Billy's still fussing with the ape and has yet to get him under vacuum.
I'm going to hang it up with regards to helping at the museum, but I'll still be in touch with Jean. Stay well & live long. Blessings!
Kathy and I wish you the very best on your way to 65. Trying to catch up on all I missed while attending the ETF in Italy. All of your many good friend in Europe asked about you and said hello. We meet Joe Montana, he has a grin as big as his dads. What a great story. Take care and I hope to talk to you soon.