Wednesday, September 8, 2010

I'm old...

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I've got a 30 year old son.


Happy Birthday, Dean!  



Daddy loves ya'!

14 comments:

  1. Happy birthday to your son! I hope all is well for him.

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  2. Dang you are old, but he doesn't look thirty.

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  3. Thanks Lou! I'll pass along the good wishes.

    Paul, he's aged well, which is a miracle considerin'...

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  5. Okay, that was me. The Gooble is really messing me up today!
    Happy Birthday Dean!

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  6. Hey Jimbo! I certainly will pass along the good wishes. Maybe he'll read them himself. Dunno.

    The Globber double posted a couple of my comments yesterday. I mean, I know they are stellar, and all that...but once really is enough.

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  7. He's a great lookin' little kid, Andy, and I'll bet he's as good lookin' as his daddy is today. Man, where does the time go? And why does it go so fast?

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  8. I think he has his poopy face on.

    Happy 30th to your boy, and Happy...well, anything you like, to you.

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  9. Aw! Happy berfday to your 'boy'.

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  10. Happy Birthday, Airman! Keep turnin' and burnin'!

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  11. Happy birthday, Dean! You're older than my older! (But, not by much!)

    Geez -- Mrs. Andy has had birthday cake-baking overload in early September for the last 29 or 30 years!

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  13. Not that old, Andy. Mine just turned 37.

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