My random, infrequent ramblings. Crucé el charco hace años.
Almost a Christmas Baby, huh? I suppose that has it's drawbacks, as people tend to give "combined event" presents. Believe me, you aren't old, until you totter across that half-century mark, THEN you feel old! I suppose you are going to be 29...again? :-)
happy birthday!!!! if you reverse the digits of your age..would you be younger?? LOL
JYankee. Sadly, no. I am still at the point where if I reverse the digits, I will be even older. I will be nearing 40, but still not there.Yes, Jos, growing up my birthday presents were usually not as fancy. The good stuff was saved for Xmas. Except when I turned 21. Then my mom gave me jewelry.
Hey there!I tagged you to write Seven Weird and Interesting Facts about you. Check out the rules at my blog:http://lifeaccordingtorich.blogspot.com/2007/12/i-started-life-as-dog.html.Hope you don't mind too much!
Look on the bright side - another year nearer retirement...
What is thing you talk about, retirement?
Retirement:It's apparently a time when they pay you not to work. My mother is retiring shortly (at 60!) and will be living a life of luxurious idleness and spending her winters in a warmer country. Unfortunately the way that pensions are going (raising the retirement age), our generation are probably not going to see it. But we can dream...
Happy Early Birthday!
Thanks, Meleah!Brian, my husband says his retirement plan can be summarized in one word: death.