Six happy years together Such a perfect matching You're entering the 7 year itch zone This is no time for scratching— John Walter Bratton
The most staggering John Walter Bratton quotes that will add value to your life
Take life with a pinch of salt A shot of tequila and a wedge of lime Do nothing at all But take your time
The greatest gift I ever had Came from God; I call him Dad!
It started with a simple ring, You became husband and wife, You progressed to being parents And you're still best friends for life.
May today be filled With bright hopes for the future And happy memories of the past
Goodbyes are not forever Goodbyes aren't final, when You only mean we'll miss you Until we meet again
May you always be each other's best friend, May your mutual love continue to be so May your successful marriage continue to thrive May love flourish, prosper, bloom and grow
May every memory that you share Of dreams you've seen come true, Help make this special anniversary day A happy one, for the two of you
It's all flags, fireworks, family, food and fun That's July Four July Five, the fun is done The fireworks are no more
You really must stop acting Like a 20-year-old, gold plated In a midlife crisis You just graduated Happy 60th
As a chapter closes in your life, And a new one starts for you, May your years be filled with all the things You've been looking forward to!
Being vintage like a fine wine Should make you proud of being old And being mature like a cheese Certainly explains the mould! Fester on undaunted into your 7th decade
Dad - a son's first hero, a daughter's first love.
I love you Just coz Please forgive me I'm soz
We can reveal that John's 85 That's a well known fact Telling Kathy's age would be a breach Of the Official Secrets Act
Wherever you may go Wherever you may have been Saying goodbye is fine If you say hello again
Free... Yes...FREE time Is what retirement brings Leisure, lounging and loafing And other lazy things
It is said that insincere apologies can be detected while heart-felt apologies melt away all grievances, anger and hatred. Felt with all my heart I'm sooo sorry Apologies Sorry Soz so so So Sorry
A shop bought card saying Get Well Soon.
Didn't seem to fit the bill. This hand made card hopes that pretty soon... ...You'll be galloping up that hill.
As a World-trekker, go-getter Retirement won't have you stopping You'll be seen where the bananas and mangos come from At the supermarket....doing the shopping
It's good Mam, you've got a bike It's so much better than walking Dad just thinks it's a blessed relief It's the only time you stop talking
As it's your 50th birthday The very best of cheers to you Truthfully, I'm just being selfish Coz now I am so cheerful, too Happy, Cheerful Birthday
You've had a long working life As everyone knows You can now do nothing at all And then have a doze Enjoy Your Retirement
It takes a minute to say hello Why? I wonder why When it's seems to take forever When you have to say Goodbye?
This card is sent to cheer you As you're confined to bed I'm sure it'll feel all worthwhile In the happier days ahead.
Yes, you're very very old But try to think of it as not being cursed After all, in a hostage situation You'd be released first!
Look back on your wedding And be filled with joy and pride Deservedly so, for the many years You've flourished, side by side
Thank you Dad... for listening and caring, for giving and sharing, but, especially, for just being you! Happy Birthday to you
Happy Anniversary, my darling Here's to a day that's filled with fun While we joyously remember When us two became a one
Because I was flat out wrong I'm on my knees Begging that you Will forgive me, please
This goodbye will only seem Like an eternal pain If I fail to merely miss you Until we meet again As we assuredly will I've made my mind up
Thanks, Mom for always being there For showing me such love and care.
Thanks for all you've done and do How I turned out is down to you I love you Have a lovely birthday
To have you in my life is wondrous Yet all good things, allegedly, come to an end, Piffle, says I, for you, undoubtedly, Will forever be my lover and best friend.
Still very active And rarely seen apart You're teenage geriatrics Modern and young at heart
Congratulations on turning 60 Now you can wear what you like No one cares, and more particularly You're fine telling 'em 'Take a hike'
You're 60 But honestly it doesn't show Mind you, you reached the age of consent About 50,000 consents ago!
Dad, Thanks for being my biggest fan, even when I strike-out.
In all the years together You've shared joy, and contentment too Long may it continue In the years ahead, for the both of you
You won't now tell people you're in your 60′s Indeed, you'll have to pretend, no end That you're close to being 70 Let me be the first to agree, old friend
Congratulations on your well deserved retirement, Wishing you every happiness in the years ahead. No lying about your age, more lying around the house After lying much longer in bed
So OK, it's your special big Four-O birthday But don't expect me to be obsequious and fawning You, being you, can't possibly be a good example So do try, at least, to serve as a warning
You've reached your 60th birthday, Bill To the year, the day, the hour You've been a lifelong country boy Along with Lily, your flower And Robin...that's the name of a bird And Dawn...that says it all
The best inheritance a father can leave his children is a good example.
Daddy I'm just little But I love you BIG Happy Birthday Big Daddy
Here's hoping that your special day Will be more 'happy ever after' With all the joys of friendship, Love, fun and laughter
On your 60th, here's something philosophical To give the old grey matter a stir How old would you be If you didn't know how old you were?
Walk a little slower, Dad Cos I am only small.
I'm following in your footsteps, And I don't want to fall. Someday when I'm all grown up. You're what I want to be; Then I will have a little child, Who'll want to follow me. And I would want to lead just right, And know that I was true; So, walk a little slower, Dad, For I must follow you. A very very very Happy Birthday Dad
My goodness, you're 60 already, already Time is a thief But still, you're only as old as your tongue And a little bit older than your teeth Have a wonderful birthday
Mom as it's your birthday And, unfortunately, not mine Give me some money and I'll get out your hair While you have a large glass of wine I try so hard to be thoughtful
Don't be pessimistic Because, today, the sun hasn't shone It probably won't next year And you'll then be 61