14 May 2008

34

How on earth did that happen?

It's turning out to be not so crapulent, after all.

Thanks for your sweet notes, folks!

6 comments:

Frank (the Colt) said...

Happy Birthday. May your day be filled with laughter and gummy worms. I was going to buy you a Unicorn Tang, but you don't have a Salt water tank.

Leslie said...

Happy (and gummy) Birthday!! May it be the opposite of crapulent (is this cromulent?)! Anyway, I hope the birthday rocks

Jay Robinson said...

Worthington would like to extend cuddly birthday wishes to Mary as well. In your honor, he will don a second penguin get up on top on the one he's already wearing while clutching the visage of a unicorn.

Stephanie King said...

Happy Happy Birthday! I hope it is a fantastic day!

jeannine said...

Happy happy!

Justin Evans said...

Happy Birthday!

34 years is not so bad a place to be
when all is said and done. Gummi
Worms a plenty, until they're gone,
but from first bite to last
each is a joy.

No, 34 is not so bad, each year
stacked like the red-yellow-green
rings on an edible worm, each
giving way, devoured, savored.

34 years no time for real worms
to start burrowing into flesh,
these substitutes I now eat,
a reversal of the fortune waiting for me.