Happy birthday to the best son any dad could ever have. Responsible, considerate and very loving. Someone who carries the “Dreyfus” surname with great care and pride.
I am proud of the man you are turning out to be.
I’m really overwhelmed with ALL the birthday greetings over Twitter, Facebook, SMS, Line, Viber, WeChat & Kakao.
I’m sorry if I can’t reply to each and every one, but I assure you that I read all the greetings.
Whether you really remembered or if Facebook reminded you (Hehehe!), the fact is that you still went out of your way to drop me a line, to say “Happy Birthday” and to wish me well. For that, thank you very very much!
You guys are awesome!
1 year ago today, exactly on the eve of my birthday, you closed your eyes and went to sleep for the very last time. Not a day goes by that we don’t think of you.
And so, as much as this day is about my birth… it is all the more about your life.
I love you and I miss you very much, mom.
I am sure mom is happily watching over you and celebrating with all of us.
Remember that I love you very much and that I’ve always looked up to you and how you’ve kept our family together and filled it with love.
Thank you… for everything.
Happy birthday, Marie Aileen Regina Dreyfus! Our family is absolutely blessed to have you. Wonderful wife… amazing mother… perfect partner… happy homemaker…! May you be continuously showered with love, happiness and peace by the Lord and may you always be surrounded with loving family and the truest of friends.
I celebrate your life. I love you very much, hon. :)
It was Kim Idol’s 33rd birthday and he decided to celebrate it by way of a star-studded comedy show.
Friends, peers and family were in attendance. Kim’s 3-hour long program did not disappoint. The audience was laughing from start to finish.
With big name stars as guests such as Vice Ganda and Allan K, as well as well known comedians like Pooh, Ate Gay, K Brosas, Hans Mortel and much more, Kim (Michael Argente in real life), had enough reason to double (or even triple) the entrance fee rates for the event… but he did not. Why, you ask? Because that evening wasn’t about making a huge profit or exploiting the opportunity. It was about life and a celebration of love and friends.