The weather is warm, birds are singing. Nature is hosting a celebration. When I think of celebrations my mind immediately goes to birthdays. There are many ways to observe a birthday. Young people enjoy parties; older folks often like to get-together with a few friends, at a restaurant. I know some who prefer staying home and quietly acknowledging their birthdays.
August is the most celebrate month for birthdays.
Two billion Birthday cards are sent each year in the U.S.
The song "Happy Birthday” is from "Good Morning to you lyrics,” written by Mildred Hill and Dr. Patty hill in 1893.
A trend in the 19th centuries was to have all your teeth removed and replaced with a set of dentures on your 21st birthday to prevent dental treatment later in life.
It doesn’t matter how you commemorate your birthday. What matters are the plans you make for the coming year ahead.
God designed us to be born in the month that we celebrate. Even if you’re a person who doesn’t celebrate you’re birthday, rest assure, God recognizes you’re special.
Each unique month holds a particular meaning and a dedicated color especially for you.
Did you know the Bible mentions the colors that represent each month? God's Holy Word also teaches us the spiritual meaning of each birthstone.
The spiritual meaning of birthstones, and their colors, hold an insight to your aspirations
and believing in all God has in store for you.
Bonus; Flowers and meanings.