We spent Sean’s 27th birthday in early August with close friends slurping oysters back at the Island Creek Oyster Bar in downtown Boston. We went on a mini-road trip together, and explored the harbour front, feasted on lobsters and clam chowder and walked into little Italy, Chinatown, and of course, wandered our way around Quincy Market where the boys had $3 pints and the girls had $1 sangrias. We didn’t get a chance to catch a game at Fenway Park, but that’ll just have to wait until our next visit.
Sean and I have been friends since we were fifteen and sixteen, and for as long as I can remember, he’s been the kind-hearted, hard-working and patient guy that he is today. He is intelligent, funny and charming, and always makes life an adventure. I try to remind him often that I’m so proud of him for all that he has accomplished in his life, and I try not to take for granted how hard he works to give us the life that we have. I believe that God has tremendous plans for Sean, and in his faithfulness, nothing will stop him from realizing the biggest of dreams. Sean is the most loving husband, grateful son, faithful brother, and loyal friend. I am so lucky to have this handsome guy for a husband, and so blessed to be loved by him everyday.
Happy Birthday to you, b.
With all my love, Heesunee