I did not have an image nor sentiment in mind for my card until after I got back home. Going through my Mo Manning images, I found "Introducing Oskar." Doesn't he look like a sweet grandfather? After colouring him up, fussy cutting him out and mounting him to my card, I printed off my sentiment. It was not quite the one I wanted to use, but it works. That same sentiment would also work for birthday -- I don't know why I decided to use anniversary -- just one of those spur of the moment thoughts, I guess. I just felt that the original verse was incomplete and needed the last part to indicated the purpose of the card.
So there you have it -- two view points for the same background which is one of the fun things about creativity -- even when using the same supplies, we may see things differently -- we add our own style, personality, view point. Wouldn't this world be totally boring if we all saw things exactly the same -- well, probably not since we wouldn't know anything different -- but I'm sure glad we are free to create our own beautiful environment -- whatever that may be for each of us.