Aging -- ya gotta love it
June 16, 2005
Happy birthday to me,
Happy birthday to me,
Happy birthday to meeee-eeee,
Happy birthday to me.
I'm turning 29 again. For the eighteenth time. :)
I can't wait until I'm 50. Women in their fifties are beautiful, and they know so much. And by the time I'm 52, the store will be paid off! But until then, I'll just have to be happy with only being 46, for a year anyway.
Everybody out there with a birthday today -- Happy Birthday! Party at Unique One!
Happy Birthday Beth! Wooohooo, another June birthday! :) Hope your day is filled with fibery goodness.
Posted by: Helen | June 16, 2005 at 08:09 AM
Happy Birthday, Beth!!! I tried to send you an ecard to email@example.com but it came back saying your mailbox is full!!! Darn. Let me know when you clean it out because this is a great card. I hope you have the best birthday ever...as for being 50 (or ever-so-slightly over!), it is pretty cool...but don't wish away your 20's!
Posted by: Ellen | June 16, 2005 at 08:48 AM
I did it, Beth!!! Started my own blog voice in the wilderness! You're the first to know! Thanks for the inspiration...and happy birthday again! elobwgrease.typepad.com
Posted by: Ellen | June 16, 2005 at 09:24 AM
Oops. That's 'Elbowgrease.typepad.com' !
Posted by: Ellen | June 16, 2005 at 09:25 AM
Happy Birthday Beth!!! Does this mean you have CAKE at the shop!? VBG Hope ALL your birthday wishes come true. :-)
Posted by: Marie | June 16, 2005 at 02:29 PM
Thanks everybody! Marie, we didn't have cake at Unique One -- I was going to, but I forgot to buy one! Guess that's what age does to you. :)
Ellen, congrats on entering the blogosphere! I'll email you with my new email addy. And I'll check out your blog!
Helen, thanks as always! I worked today & didn't really have time for fiber, but maybe I can knit tonight. :)
Posted by: Beth Collins | June 16, 2005 at 06:01 PM
Happy belated, Beth! Don't worry, I'll be 40 in a few weeks, and then we'll be sharing the same decade. And with such an immature scatterbrained goofball in the 40s, well, 40 just may be the new 6 years old. So, not to worry...
Posted by: Og | June 23, 2005 at 01:13 AM