Tuesday, March 27, 2007

My birthday is tomorrow

Tomorrow is my birthday. To commemorate the event, I'll post a list of 35 things I know about myself. Last year, I posted 34 things I knew about myself. Today, you might be interested in reading the answers the interview meme that BlueMamma and HipWriterMama supplied. LoneStarMa, don't think I've forgotten about you! I know that you are dealing with a misbehaving home computer, so it might be awhile.

Update: Here are LoneStarMa's answers.


HipWriterMama said...

Happy Early Birthday! Your list of 34 was wonderful. Can't wait to read the 35. This is the time I should impart some lovely bit of wisdom, oh ye young one. Alas, the only thing I can think of at the moment is this: Get some time for yourself and let your family take care of you.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

I am writing this at half past midnight on what is now March 28th while over in Seattle you are very much still in March 27th mode! So I guess that I am the very first person to wish you a very happy birthday this year. Thirty five! Wow! That's so very very old! What happened to the young lass of yesteryear - is she still trapped inside you yelling -Help! Let me out!

adrienne said...

Happy birthday! :) Wishing you a day of sunshine and stories and... cake? Is cake good? (Not everyone likes it, which I find odd, but there you go.)

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Adrienne: Thanks! I'm flattered you stopped by my blog. Cake is good. My mother used to make me orange cakes.

YP: You're very funny. The other night, I told Bede, "I'm not ready for my youth to be gone." Bede said, "It's not gone, it's just slipping away."

HipWriterMama: Good wisdom indeed! Thanks much. I can't believe I'm still sick. Yargh.

Lone Star Ma said...

Happy Birthday!!!!

For a brief time, we shall be 35 together. Then I will age some more, probably. When I was 30, I wanted to get a new tattoo as an anti-conformity device, but I couldn't just then and well...a new tattoo at 40 as an anti-aging device sort of sounds pathetic and sad, doesn't it? But I still might.