Happy Birthday! (Thank you!)

Happy birthday to me.

Happy birthday to me.

Happy birthday,

Happy birthday.

Dear lord, I’m twenty!

It has been a long time, my dear friends! Long time, and no talk. I’ve been writing up a storm, preparing for my internship, getting ready for finals, and working, working, working. At this point, I’m sure all you’ve heard is excuses, excuses, excuses… but let me change the subject and just thank you all for your wishes of my good health and for a “happy birthday!” Let me say, all of your messages of support and “happy birthday” have already made it pretty wonderful! I am beyond honored to have made such wonderful friends during my short time on here. I have become a lurker as of late, and I can’t apologize enough for that, but when I do post, it is you all who make it a point to hop on and wish me well! Makes me feel those warm and fuzzies.

While I can’t physically wrap you all in a big blanket and create an awesome friendship burrito, please accept this virtual equivalent!

Crudely Drawn Friendship Burrito
Crudely Drawn Friendship Burrito

I swear, if y’all could send me edits of this pic with your faces, it would make my day even better. Regardless, thank you so much for all you do. I hope your day is just as awesome as mine is!

Thanks for reading!

-Lissy

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About the author

As an avid writer and poet, Alyssa Hubbard explores the earthly and spectral talismans that carry us from life to death and back again through her work. As the darkness within makes its way from pen to paper, she finds room for more joyous activities, such as sampling new ice cream flavors, singing in public, and geeking out over the latest anime. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English, works in Digital Marketing, and has been writing (professionally) for 8 years. Her work has been featured in literary journals and magazines such as Adanna, The Coffin Bell, and many others.

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