In honor of Beth’s 30th birthday we just wanted to remind her of we loved having her around the last 30 years. Here’s a little bit from your closest friends and family:
Beth (not Beeper)- Congrats on turning 30! I look forward to more Stars, Rangers & Aggie games, sake bombs, Jurassic Park watchings, BYOB Thai & Greek places and our standard Thursday nights. Keep on truckin! Love, Brent
Thirty years of memories: thankful God knew best our family expansion should not stop without Elizabeth Anne . . . that He wanted there to be “Beth”; destiny . . . a lady of many nicknames: “Beeper” . . . the giving of that nickname . . . youngest of the cousins . . . “The Beep” . . . precious drawings, especially the one of the person with king things in her hair . . . dress-up times with big sister . . . “Wumpus McDougal” – where did that one come from? . . . at 5 years old sitting on a cooler in the kitchen at the farm asking “Mommy, how does Jesus come live in my heart?” . . . “Beeper Sue” . . . The threesome: Granny, Beeper and Lauren – poor Lauren, no nickname! . . . softball – so focused and intent; awesome first baseman . . . Sky Ranch with Scott, almost not . . . “Beepster” . . .The blessing of being/having siblings . . . Wilderness with Kate . . . “If ever I win a certain award/honor I want it to be for having compassion – He answered . . . times of worship . . . brief time wanting no nicknames L . . . “Dizzy Daisy” . . . Fish Camp Director – ER survival . . . a beautiful bride gifted with a very good man for a husband . . . the Wonderful , Amazing bridesmaids/friends . . . an “Esther” . . . and now so many more memories to come . . . I am a blessed mom . . . love you much, “Elizabeth Annie” . . . oh, how many nicknames did I leave out, “Squeaky Beepy”? How many are yet to be added? . . .
Love you, Mom
When I think of Beth, I always laugh because she will tell people that we didn’t get along when we were younger. I think this is probably because I was the uncool younger cousin, and until my brother came along, I stole the thunder as the youngest cousin on the Lynch side of the family. I think this all changed when we decided we were going to be cousin/friends because we’re not just cousins, but we’re friends too. Cousins nor friends teach you to drive a car with your knees, only cousin/friends do that (I hope my mom didn’t read this). Beth has always been a great cousin/friend… even one time driving from College Station to Austin just to pick me up to go to dinner with her and her dad. I can’t imagine anyone else who I would want to be my cousin/friend! Happy birthday!
Happiest Birthday Seester! I have been blessed to have a younger sister that is also a best friend. We may not see each other every day now, but I don’t feel like we ever skip a beat. I can’t believe my little sister is finally 30! I promise Beeper, it isn’t that bad. I can’t wait for 30 more years of traveling, family gatherings, wine drinking and fun. I wonder if everyone will still think you’re my older sister now? Love you; mean it!
Since Wesley & Easton aren’t quite old enough to write out their own message they wanted to make you a video:
Happy Birthday EA. I took 30 pretty tough so as a way of saving you the Google crying session I figured I would tell you things you should not Google when turning 30.
1. What happens to your body when you turn 30
2. 30 things everyone should do by 30
3. Is there really a biological clock and when does it start ticking?
4. Am I allowed to still act like I am 20 when I am 30?
5. Do you suddenly become and old person when you turn 30?
6. Can I still buy clothes in the Jr’s section?
7. How do you stop the wrinkles?
There. You’re welcome. I promise you don’t want to know the answer to any of that. Happy Birthday Beth. Live it up and I can’t wait to see what the next 30 brings. Hopefully more miles, more laughs, more wine, and more friendship!
Love you to my favorite running buddy and friend, Teal
Happy Birthday Beth Lynch Holland. As the years pass by and we grow older our memory starts to falter I will always be there for you when you “lose” your car in a parking garage. So happy that you have been in my life the last 10 years. Can’t wait to see where the next 10, 20, 30 years leads us and the fun adventures we will have. Let’s never forget the best lesson we ever learned in college from a very wise woman in the bathroom of a bar, “sometimes you just got to sh*t it out :-)”
Love you! Mandy
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BETH! I am so blessed to have you as a best friend, and I wanted the blogosphere to get a sneak peek at just a FEW of the pictures of some of our fun times together! Enjoy your 10,950th day of life, and just remember how hard I resisted using the song “Friends Are Friends Forever” by MWS. You’re welcome. Here’s to many, many more memories. LOVE YOU.