Happy Birthday Mrs. Lion

Today is Mrs. Lion’s birthday. It’s a very special day for me. It reminds me how lucky I am that she came into the world and I was able to find her. She doesn’t take a lot of stock on birthdays. I used to but I don’t anymore. Still, it’s important to commemorate because the most important person in my life arrived on this date.

I don’t know a lot about Mrs. Lion’s childhood. I know she was a tomboy and enjoyed playing soccer. She helped take care of her mother and father who were both partially disabled. She is easily the most loving person I’ve ever met. I don’t want to go into a long list of the things she does for me. They can all be summed up in one word: everything.

Mrs. Lion and I fit together perfectly. We’ve written millions of words about the ways we fit on this blog. Today I just want to say a few words. Even though what we do is important to our relationship and to my mental health, I would give it all up if Mrs. Lion didn’t want to do them too. It’s that simple. She won’t give them up because she knows they’re important to me. I will give them up because she’s more important to me than anything.

That’s our story in a nutshell. Our plans for today are a quiet evening at home. We’ll watch TV and hold hands. Maybe we will snuggle. Whatever we do we will be no more than a few feet apart.

Happy birthday Mrs. Lion!


  1. Happy Birthday Mrs. Lion. I believe that all those who read your blog have a place in their hearts for you.

    1. Thank you for the birthday wishes! I was a happy day.

  2. I am finally catching up with all my readings. I’m sorry I missed your birthday, but I hope it was a nice one. Stay well!

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