Is this silly?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Quinn222, May 7, 2006.

  1. Quinn222

    Quinn222 DIS Veteran

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    I know when anyone feels the need to ask this question the answer is pretty uniformly 'yes!' but on this one I'm not certain.

    Here's the deal. My sister, mom and I will be at WDW in early December. We're having dinner one night at Citricos and I'd like to order a birthday cake for my sister and I. The thing is, it's not actually going to be either of our birthdays, it will be halfway between each. Her birthday is Thanksgiving and mine is Christmas. For obvious reasons no one ever makes much of a deal of either of our birthdays and this seemed like a nice chance away from husbands, kids etc. to do something a little special. We don't intend to wear birthday pins or any of that stuff, just a cake.

    Is that over the top? Getting a cake two weeks out from either birthday?
     
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  3. battricia

    battricia <font color=FF00CC>From the home of the Peeps and

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    I think it's a very nice thing to do! Go for it.

    tricia.
     
  4. chamonix

    chamonix DIS Veteran DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    I think it sounds really sweet. Enjoy yourselves! :thumbsup2
     
  5. Maggi May

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    I agree - go for it!
     
  6. cdntourguide

    cdntourguide DIS Veteran

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    I can relate, both mine and my sisters birthday's are just before Christmas, rarely did we ever have any special since it was too close to Christmas.

    So go out and order the fanciest little cake from the GF bakery. You and your sister both deserve it.
    :thumbsup2
     
  7. Sippora

    Sippora Earning My Ears

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    Another late December baby here saying, "Go for it!" Have a great time and enjoy :cheer2:
     
  8. abaldacci

    abaldacci <font color=green>DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>

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    :thumbsup2 it is your birthday after sounds good to me enjoy!
     
  9. Camp Rd. Lady

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    I say if Queen Elizabeth of England can "observe" her birthday on a different day than so can you! :rotfl2:
     
  10. Nanabug02

    Nanabug02 <font color=green>Look for me in the garden, eatin

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    Go for it! :thumbsup2 Definitely not over the top....have fun!
     
  11. Quinn222

    Quinn222 DIS Veteran

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    Well since the opinions all seem in favour of cake, I'm going to get one!
     
  12. dimoe

    dimoe <font color=red><b>Hardworking Fastlearning Realit

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    I am going to disney for my birthday Dec 3-10. I plan on celebrating my whole trip. I figure what better place. Have a great trip and enjoy .
    Diane
     

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