7.07.2010

All Grown Up


The little girl you see pictured above is having a birthday tomorrow. She looks a wee bit different now, than she did when the picture was taken. You know her as the creator of this blog. To me she is a writer, chef, photographer, comedian, artist, dancer, partner, best friend, and love of my life.

Feel free to leave her a happy birthday wish by adding a 'comment' below.

14 comments:

lynn russell // satsuma press said...

happiest of birthdays, ali. xoxo

Dorothy said...

Happy Birthday, Ali!!

kati said...

happy birthday, ali! i hope you're enjoying the SUN.

Laura said...

To us, she is SIMPLY amazing. Period. Hope your birthday is as beautiful as you are and all you do for those around you. Laura Kyle Tay Kennedy Tori

tara said...

Happy Birthday Boo.

What an amazing day to celebrate you and the wondrous woman you are!

Love you Bunches,
your lil' one

dan said...

happy birthday boo!
hope you have a great day tomorrow and we cant wait for some quality time out east in august.
love you, d

Deanne said...

I hope that as you celebrate, you'll pause to remember all the lives you have touched, and know that there are so many people out there are wishing you the happiest of birthdays because you shared something so special with all of us! (Oh, and HAPPY FREAKIN' BIRTHDAY from me!!!! WOO!) Much love!

shelly said...

All the best to you on your birthday. i hope you can spend the day with those you love, filling your heart with what makes you happy.

Jonlyn said...

Happy, happy birthday, pretty girl. As you know by now, you are so very, very special to me. Have a fantastic, fun, lovely birthday!

Jason said...

Happy Birthday, Ali! Try to stay cool!

amandaleigh said...

may there be amazing indulgences awaiting you on your birthday. i hope it is a happy one.

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday, Ali!!!
You brought me a piece of the cake at your cafe when I had my B-day last year. It's one of nice memories.
Hope you are having a fabulous one:-)

Alex Williams said...

onagI guess I picked the birthday post to write a little note about a conversation I had in St. Johns tonight.

We had passed Lady Bug Cafe, seeing for the fist time that it had closed. Well, by the time we arrived at legong, I was thinking of the Little Red Bike and how awesome it would be to have you there. Your vibe, your food, your youth would fit smartly in our little corner of North Portland. Is it on your mind? Can you go sign the lease tomorrow? We'd all stand outside and give you a big hooray and carry you on our shoulders to the farmers market. Or we would just be waiting in line upon your grand opening to savor your espresso or perhaps a salty caramel ice cream?

St. Johns is calling you.

Judy said...

OMG - I can't believe you are not open anymore. I am dying. Please come to St. Johns so I can have your corn meal pancakes again. And I don't have to walk so far.