K.R Relebogile Mafojane


HAPPY BIRTH-DAY 'sister'


Little keys can open big locks! Small words can put a smile on your face! I hope my simple 'happy birthday' will make you enjoy the rest of the day! A little bit of magic i am sending you today, with wishes that good things will be given to you! I hope all your problems are now in the past! So a very happy birthday my magic now is cast! DO NOT WORK TODAY! Why? because its your birthday..if anyone is complaining....Just say do you know today is the day i was born! So i refuse to work! I hope your birthday is sparkling and bright...From early morning until night..And as you add another year onto your age hope its a good year as each day turn's its page!

Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012
Edited: Friday, November 30, 2012
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To.keitumetse nd luwi

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