from my *very* late thirties…

…I’ve got about twenty-four minutes to go, actually.  According to my birth certificate I was born at 11:06AM, forty years ago today.  Or almost forty years ago.  About twenty-three minutes short.

Had a lovely birthday party with my family last night.  I was born on my sister Margaret’s sixth birthday, and to this day Mom still insists on making two cakes so we won’t feel slighted by having to share.  

Life’s good. If I felt like these days weren’t rich and full, I might mourn the time passing, but it’s hard to imagine them being much richer. Thanks for being a part of that.

Just twenty minutes left in my thirties.  I think I’ll spend them eating breakfast on the back deck.

 

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12 Comments on “from my *very* late thirties…”

  1. kath Says:

    NOW you’re 40! you’re gonna love your 40’s, she says on her way out.


  2. Dude, you’re old! Hee hee. I have 5 years to catch up. Wheeeeee.

    I hope you have a great day!

  3. stephen taylor Says:

    Happy day, my friend. Welcome to a new decade. You may be old, but not quite vintage.

    See you at the ranch.

  4. Teri Says:

    Happy Birthday!


  5. Happy birthday…. and my you be like Louise Hay who says that the best decade of your life is the one you are living now.

  6. Josselyn in Buffalo,NY Says:

    Hey, what a nice b-day present…being “made” nationally visavis ABC!: http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2008/04/audio-clinton-c.html

    Just wanted to thank you for being quick-thinking enough to tape that sh*t push poll! See, 40 isn’t so bad! [Says the 40-year-old.]

  7. Sandra K Says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Naomi Says:

    Happy Birthday 🙂 Glad to hear it’s a good one so far!

  9. BAJ Says:

    Turning 40 isn’t so bad. The day that’s going to absolutely suck is that day when your metabolism slows to a crawl, and you go from being able to eat anything you want without gaining an ounce to being able to gain weight just by breathing… and here’s nothing you can do about it.

    Trust me, I know; I used to be one of the skinny people, too. Now? Obviously, not so much!

    Happy Birthday anyway!

  10. Mona Brittingham Says:

    happy, happy

    you will always feel sixteen, no matter where you are in life

  11. Colin Says:

    Happy birthday, buddy!

  12. Emily & Phil Says:

    Happy Belated Birthday! We got behind in our blog reading. Hoping to see you sometime this summer. Headed back to Guatemala in two weeks, so excited!


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