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thirty-three

yeah, I turn(ed) 33 today... happy birthday to meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :)

I'm not one to make a big deal out of my birthday, it's just another day, not a big deal, but I do appreciate birthday greetings, I take it as a sign that people actually have paid attention and took note somewhere/somewhen of the date; I'm actually surprised at who actually knows my b-day; got e-mails & sms'es from ex-colleagues I'd never have expected! So, thanx, y'all!! hugzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz! I'll be replying the emails and sms'es in a day or two, ok?

Ended up on a unplanned weekend visit up north, hence the blog-silence... will be responding to the comments etc by fellow bloggers in a day or two, once I'm back in urbania (as opposed to suburbia, teehee!).

geee, just think.... at this time about a year ago I was calling up my bank on an almost daily basis waiting for the company's annual bonus to have been banked into my account before printing out my resignation letter! Aaaaaah, how time flies.... btw, a little bird told me that *this* year, due to a huge amount of resignations expected once the bonus is paid out, the company is delaying bonus payment till OCTOBER??!! If that is true... oh my... as petty as ever.... I am *so* glad I don't have to deal with that crap anymore!

Oh, guess what I got for my birthday? Tickets to see MEAT LOAF in concert in Cleveland Ohio on September 8th 2005. Whoooohoooooo!! It's sort of a 'delayed' gift, but it's fine with me :) Next is to *ugh* plan the trip: what else to see when we're up there (apart from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame... and my obligatory visit to the local Hard Rock Cafe [i *assume* there is one there??!!]). What else is out there??? Cornfields? have those here, teehee!

Okey dokey... catch y'all later!!

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  1. Happy B-Day. Have a great time at the concert, lucky bum.

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  2. Sorry, accidently hit the enter key and my link ^^ didn't work, people are going to be getting some H-net site if they try it.

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  3. hi Sam (aka samantha burns), teehee I really have to keep track of which Sam is which (or who!)..

    thanx for stopping by so often & thanx too for the bday wishes.. I am *so* gonna enjoy the concert, no question about that!! whoohooo!!

    btw, have already blogrolled yr site, it should be over there on the sidebar :-)

    cheers!

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  4. (.- , _ -.) Oh...I missed it..
    Oh well, do it again.
    (IF you don't mind another year, this week.)
    (hee-hee)

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