Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Happy Birthday, David!

Growing up the youngest of three boys meant that you had to deal with always being called "spoiled" and introduced as
"my little brother". This never seemed to bother David.
The plus side of being the youngest is you get along with people and you are (almost) forever young!
Well, at 63 on February 16th
David will continue to feel only that he is 63 years young!
You've been a wonderful son, faithful brother,
devoted father (of three sons)
and the BEST husband/friend/companion
a woman could ever ask for.
Happy Birthday, David!

David was born  February 16, 1948 in  Texas. He was the youngest having two older brothers. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1970 he was commissioned into the Air Force and that week married Karen on June 6, 1970. They had one son while in the Air Force. After assignments in Colorado, Maine, Korea and Arkansas, David left the Air Force to join the family farming operation in deep south Texas. David and Karen added two more sons to the family.

David and the oldest son are now business partners in their own farming operation in Mexico.


Kathy said...

Handsome Hubby you have there, lucky lady...that is my Dad's birthdate as well..mine is the 18th
Us Aquarius are a pretty good group!

A Vintage Chic said...

Happy Birthday to your dear husband, Karen! Hope his day is wonderful--love those photos!


Deb said...

your hubby looks like a great guy...Happy Birthday David...

Theresa said...

Happy Birthday to your Handsome Husband! I hope it will be a wonderful day! My Honey was 63 this past November!

Enjoy your evening my friend! HUGS!

Rita said...

Happy Birthday to your handsome love of your life! Hope he had a really good day!

Laura said...

Happy Birthday David!!!


Your Neighbors John and Laura

Julie Harward said...

Happy Birthday to your sweet man...made just for you I think! ;D

Lady Jane said...

Hey there David, Happy Birthday. You are lucky to have that wonderful wife of yours. She loves you much and that is much to be thankful for.