Sunday, 29 June 2008

Happy Birthday To Me...

No blogging today (well, yesterday, actually, as it is now Sunday morning!) on account of it being my birthday and I was nowhere near a computer.

I did have a lovely day.

Since it is now way past my bedtime, I shan't go into details... as a last birthday "treat" I shall check my facebook messages, and then go to bed.

And, no. I have no intention of telling anyone how old I am.

16 comments:

Esther said...

Happy Birthday Mac!!

Kasia said...

Happy birthday, Mac - many more (however many it adds up to from wherever you are)!!! :-)

Mark said...

And did you get that gorgeous cake! ;-)

newhousenewjob said...

Oh, I'm sorry I missed it. Hope you had a great day - and I won't tell anyone how old you are...

Londiniensis said...

Owl wrote, and this is what he wrote:

HIPY PAPY BTHUTHDTH THUTHDA BTHUTHDY.

Pooh looked on admiringly.
"I'm just saying `A Happy Birthday'," said Owl carelessly.
"It's a nice long one," said Pooh, very much impressed.
"Well, actually, of course, I'm saying `A Very Happy Birthday with Love from Pooh'. Naturally it takes a good deal of pencil to say a long thing like that."

Mrs Pea said...

Happy belated birthday!

deb said...

Happy Birthday!!!

ebomania said...

Happy Birthday!

:)

Pastor in Valle said...

MHRs, Mac, even if my good wishes are a day late.

S

MaggieClitheroe said...

Happy Birthday, belatedly, and is that the cake you actually received? It's a great one! And perhaps we have to count the number of vegetables to find out your age ha ha!

Mac McLernon said...

No, that cake was one I swiped off Google Images... I don't think I could bear to eat all those vegetables, even in icing form... though if they'd been marzipan, I'd have wolfed the lot...

I picked that photo because anyone who knows me properly knows how much I loathe vegetables... and would therefore get the joke!

Fr Ray Blake said...

Belated Happy Birthday

the mother of this lot said...

I'm glad you had a lovely day Mac. And as for St. Paul - I was sure there was a horse! But I checked and you're right - no horse.

Perhaps there used to be a horse when I was at school. Like Boudicca used to be Boadicea. What d'you reckon?

Mac McLernon said...

I know, I know... all the pictures seem to show him fallen off a horse. Maybe the artists assumed that a Roman citizen wouldn't be walking to Damascus.

But he certainly walked INTO Damascus, as his companions had to lead him by the hand...
;-)

Andrew said...

Happy belated Birthday, Mac.

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Happy b-lated Birthday!

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