Monday, March 26, 2007

Birthday wishes

Today is my 40th Birthday and I wish to extend to you all my best wishes and share with you my good fortune in having so many lovely friends. I ask you to raise a glass and think of me with the same regard as I hold you all.

'I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see.' -- John Burroughs.

9 comments:

Melanie said...

Hi Peajay,
Happy Birthday!!!....well, should I say, we can't refer to you as young anymore??!! ;))) Welcome to the prime of life!!!! :D

okay, the next was a "double-dog- dare" by a certain you-know-who...influenced by a few glasses raised already!!!! ;)))

moral of the story:
Lock your door!!!

my, ya don't even need ta speak French ta understand all the goin- ons heer!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxwtEzILicY

:/ :D

Talking Bear said...

Hummm.....all I know is that when forty rolled around here it was like a whole new world. Now I know why the door is locked!!! ;)))

Talking Bear said...

Happy Birthday PJ.......:)))))

anna said...

Peajay,

Happy Birthday..... and many happy returns!! :D

Welcome to the forties! :D

Peajay said...

Exceedingly rude Melanie and a lesson to us all to go out and buy a sturdy lock for all doors, plus extra batteries just in case! :D
Thankfully the gadgets I received for my birthday weren't anything like that although the mobile phone I received has that capacity when on silent! ;D

Talking Bear said...

Here in America we call that "capacity” pleasure mode. Anyway, you ladies are far beyond me with your jesting. I am a simple little country boy who enjoys simple things. I am shocked at my other half. Ever since she turned forty I have been exhausted. I am sure you UK ladies are much more reserved when it comes to that kind of stuff?

Peajay said...

I couldn't possibly comment TB!! :)

Melanie said...

Peajay, your mobile phone comment came to effect today....I was driving, and had finished a phone call, and as I was in traffic, I just tucked it in my lap, so to speak....forgot it was on silent mode...boy did I jump with the next phone call!!! :/ :D

sorry about the vid, it was funny but very rude...alcohol and double dog dares should have remained to the college days....ah well! Thanks for taking it in good spirit!!! :)))

Peajay said...

Providing it only made you jump as opposed to swerve then that's ok. Over here you receive penalty points on your drivers licence if you are caught using your phone unless it's connected to a handsfree headset. So the opportunity for lap style vibrations are limited. ;))