such a nasty woman | by maryann johanson
Tue Aug 19 2008, 12:23pm | 21 comments
It’s my birthday today, and I intend to take this good advice:
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Happy Birthday! Thanks for bringing such insight, debate opportunities, and fun to all of us readers throughout the year.
This is the birthday thread? Happy birthday!
Happy Birthday, Mary Ann…
Wow, that great old lady made my eyes water…I’ve been having sort of a “what the hell am I doing with my life*?!” crisis lately…listening to her, she’s so right.
*answer: I’m not doing what I really want to, that’s for sure! :)
Happy Birthday, MaryAnn!
Wishing you many happy – and enjoyable – returns of the day!
Wow, Alice almost made me get up and leave work for the day right now. :)
Feliz cumpleaños! I wish upon you happiness, prosperity, and a sugary treat of your preference.
Happy Birthday, MaryAnn! What are you, 29 now?
Happy Birthday, MaryAnn! I always enjoy reading your site!
You know what, Clayj? I am SO not one of those women who pretends she’s any age other than she is. I am 39 today, and happy to be so.
Happy [belated] Birthday, MaryAnn.
I’ll be saying goodbye to the thirties in a couple of months, myself; all things considered, 39 was a good year. I wish you the best for yours.
A day late but HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
I hope you had a great day and did something fun to celebrate. :-)
I was at press events and screenings all day. Which ain’t bad at all, actually: 10 years ago I don’t think I’d have imagined I could be spending my birthday working at something I love.
MA: I knew you turned 39 yesterday. I myself turned 40 last month. I thought for a while that I might do the Jack Benny thing and always claim to be 39, but since 40 is the new 21, I decided not to. :-)
Also late, but also wishing you a happy birthday!
Happy Birthday, MAJ — belated but heartfelt! Hope you had a great b-day, ate cake, and got lots of cool toys.
Happy belated birthday, MaryAnn.
Don’t worry. The 40s aren’t as bad as you think.
(But then my best friend is in her fifties, so I’m biast.)
Oh, well. As Maurice Chevalier once said, it beats the alternative.
I’m not expecting my 40s to be bad at all.
Well, in that case, please feel free to ignore whatI said earlier. Apart from the “happy birthday” part, of course.
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