Birthday Greetings: Me

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G’day! Right, everybody–put on your party hats and let’s sing “Happy Birthday” to the poor old trout who runs this blog!

No, I won’t tell you how old he is. And I think that if we ask him nicely, he just might tell what Patty offered him for a birthday dinner. I don’t dare take it on myself to tell you; and anyway, I’m supposed to be working for Quokka University today, and we’ll have an announcement on that later.

Anyhow, “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow” and all that!

35 comments on “Birthday Greetings: Me

  1. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a blast of a day! You are AWESOME!!!!!
    I would love to know what was offered to you for dinner.
    I love guessing ages and if I don’t get into trouble, I’m going to give it a go again…. you are 48?

    1. Just wait till you find yourself saying (as I do), “Oh, to be seventy again….” 🙂

  2. Happy Birthday, Lee.
    Your posts bring me lots, of pleasure, and I appreciate receiving them.

  3. HAPPY, HAPPY AND BLESSED BIRTHDAY, FEARLESS LEADER!
    I hope your day is one that indicates a great year ahead for you. I have enjoyed your writings for quite some time now, and when my computer gives me trouble, I really miss them.

  4. Happy Birthday, Lee! I get internet only once a week usually, and the first emails I look through (after kin) are yours. May God Grant you many happy years!

  5. Happy birthday, Lee! And may each coming birthday be even happier than the one before — with each one being the happiest you can imagine!

    And cake … don’t forget to eat lots of cake. (But we’re dying to know what that birthday dinner was going to be.) 🙂

  6. 21, that is 22 responses??? I don’t suppose you’d like more birthdays more often – lol. “Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you. Happy Birthday dear Lee Duigon. Happy Birthday to you. May you live a hundred years. May you drink a hundred beers (brandys). Get plastered you bad boy. Happy Birthday to you.”

  7. PS: Hey, just between you and I, you can tell me how old, or young – lol, you are because i’m older than you. Go ahead…

    1. So you’re used to being in the 70’s. No big deal, sonny. I’m close to that. But don’t ask.

    2. DARN! I just realized you got me to call you “sonny.” Only old ladies call younger men “sonny.” I will call you something else as soon as I can figure out what – lol.

    3. For women, we know we’re old when middle-aged women start calling us “sweetie.” 🙂

  8. Hey Lee! I’m about to serenade you the way I do all my family and friends. I call them up and sing Happy Birthday to YOOOOOOOO! I’m sure they all love it, even though they never say so.

    Here we go: H A P P Y B I R T D A Y TO Y O O O O O,
    H A P P Y B I R T D A Y TO Y O O O O O,
    H A P P Y B I R T D A Y D E A R L E E – E E E,
    H A P P Y B I R T D A Y TO Y O O O O O !

  9. Doesn’t sound like you had a very happy birthday, but I will wish you one anyway. Hope you can make up for it some other day, and that by now you are doing better! Going to check the live blog for an update now since I just got everything from the digest version. Really worried about you!

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