The Sami people have been using cups made of birch for thousands of years. Called guksi, kuksas by the Finns, and kåsa by the Swedes, they are carved by hand from burls, which makes them extremely durable, and typically strung from a belt or pack with a strip of reindeer hide. You can drink anything in them and, so long as you don’t leave the liquid sitting in it for days, it won’t hold the taste. For care, you simply rinse and dry it (no detergents). From Adventure Journal
God Thanks for your gift… for me, i dont care about the cake. But i always happy when all of my friends singing me :
Selamat Ulang Tahun kami ucapkan padamu
Selamat hari jadi, Tuhan Yesus memberkati
Kami slalu berdoa agar kau tetap setia
Melayani Yesus Tuhan dan Raja kita
Kami mengucap syukur, Tuhan tlah pimpin langkahmu
Padamu (piiip) selamat ulang tahun.
Im very happy because through this song i has remembered that You guide my life until today and always warn me to still faithful in Your way.