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Hey! You want me to make a post for your birthday, but mine has come and gone THIS year, and did you even say anything! Harumph!

I am now 31, and it is not at all what I imagined at the whippersnapper age of, say, 15. Although, I am feeling something akin to claustrophobia at the thought of forty, and then GULP!, fifty.

Kee-rhist! Where does time go? See what having kids does? All a blur.

Happy birthday, Mouse. I promise, it's not as bad as you think. Heh. That's what I keep telling myself.

Oh, and the normal family thing? That should count as the greatest positive -- enough, in fact, to cancel out your entire list of negatives. Well, maybe except for missing Harvey. I'll let you have that one.
Evil One | Email | Homepage | 02.16.05 - 3:39 pm | #

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Happy Birthday!
Snapper | Email | Homepage | 02.16.05 - 4:18 pm | #

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Happy Birthday, Mouse! You have a lot of wonderful things to be pleased about! Just think, next year, Lila might be in the top category instead of the bottom!
Kimmer | Email | Homepage | 02.16.05 - 5:05 pm | #

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Happy Birthday!

*Sigh* 27. I remember being 27.......vaguely
Shelly | Email | Homepage | 02.16.05 - 5:36 pm | #

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Happy 27th Birthday, DMouse! What a wonderful age to be. Lots of childbearing years ahead of you. I had my first at 33.
Pez | Email | Homepage | 02.17.05 - 1:17 am | #

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Happy Birthday! Ahh, to be in one's 20s....

I'm v. impressed by your Fernleigh Whitingstall collection, have you got his Meat book? I have learned SO much it's fantastic. We should swap gardening tips cos it's time to get cracking!

Glad you found my blog - and as for the town between London & Cambridge where all the fertile slappers live - guess a bit higher up!! It begins with S but I don't want to offend anyone & get beaten up on my train home cos it stops there.....
Sara in London | Email | Homepage | 02.17.05 - 11:33 am | #

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I love that Meat book - it was bedtime reading for a few weeks. I'd love to keep chickens but I suspect that the neighbours would lynch me and the cats heads might explode! So that will have to wait for the next house.......

I have no gardening tips since I kill most things! This years veg garden is a first (not just because our last house only had a small front garden) so I'm nervous that I will in true fashion kill everything.

The fertile slappers live at the Cross too.....I usually get off at Cheshunt or Broxbourne as I hate taking the Central line out to the end. But I think I know where you mean! Waltham Cross is full of rough looking tarts with their pushchairs and hordes of scary children that spit on the train.

I'm v glad I don't have to go in everyday. I've been at Holloway Road all this week and I am actually looking forward to going back to Maidstone again. Scary thought!
DMouse | Email | Homepage | 02.17.05 - 12:52 pm | #

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Happy Birthday! 27 has been pretty good to me so far...
Katie | Email | Homepage | 02.17.05 - 3:06 pm | #

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