||[Jan. 21st, 2015|11:07 am]
So I've reached what I think of as The Sergeant Pepper Birthday. "Will you still need me, will you still feed me..." and all that. My sister asked me if I was looking forward to it and I said, "Well, it's happening- but it's not as if I were having my friends round to eat jelly and ice cream and play pass the parcel".|
It's just another notch on the tally stick.
The Telegraph has a front page picture of Twiggy who's a year older than me and has just signed a big contract with L'Oreal. Good old Twigs. Where's there's life there's hope.
I was wondering the other day whether anyone in the history of the world has had grandchildren named Vera, Chuck and Dave. The names seem to belong to such different generations and nationalities - but perhaps some Beatles fan somewhere managed it?
I think you're right about Vera, Chuck and Dave. I've consulted Google and can't find any siblings with those names.
Happy birthday, Tony! It's not a bad age to be.
So I've reached what I think of as The Sergeant Pepper Birthday.
Happy birthday, Tony. LiveJournal told me that it was also purchas
's birthday. It's been a long time. I guess there will be no more stories.
I did try and write another Purchas story but couldn't finish it. Since the earlier ones came easily I concluded the vein was worked out.
Happy birthday and many happy returns!
Twiggy was something back in the day. Happy Birthday!
Many happy returns of the day! Once past the half-century mark it's all sort of downhill, moss or no moss, I feel.
I agree. 50 was the tough one- psychologically speaking.
Belated birthday happiness, and thank you for the preview of my own 64th, coming next summer. Looking backward, I remember the 64th of a dear friend of mine and nineweaving's, a lady who only made it to her 71st. She said that she wanted a massage and a nice dinner to celebrate ("Will you still knead me, will you still feed me?").
I like that. It's an excellent pun.
Happy belated birthday, fellow Januarian. Mine was yesterday :)
Thanks. And the same to you.
It is a great age to be Tony. Happy birthday if a bit late.