Categories Friends and loved ones Turning 34 Post date Fri 27 August 2004 23 Comments on Turning 34 Happy birthday to me. Damn. I still have to go to work. (The last few birthdays) Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit Tags birthdays 23 Comments on Turning 34 By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← I really must do something → Last straw 23 replies on “Turning 34” Happy 34th birthday to you Daniel on my 30th. Famous person we share our birthdays with: the late great Sir Donald Bradman. I will toast in your general direction this evening. Have a good one! Happy Birthday :) Enjoy your day and eat lots of sickening/fattening cakes and chocolate :) Happy birthday! At least it’s sunny :-) Happy Birthday, and may you have lots more of them. Happy birthday :) Happy Birthday to you Daniel! Thats another year wiser… Hap Happ Happy Birthday to you Daniel Happy birthday from me too, and welcome to “Club 34”. (no membership fee, but no membership benefits either, so I guess that balances out). Happy Birthday Daniel! Hope you have a great night planned. Happy birthday Daniel, I hope it is great one despite Miss Marita’s absence. Happy birthday Daniel. Happy birthday to you and to me, Daniel *<:-D Oooh good, still in time! Happy, happy birthday! Am I a bad girlfriend to come in at no. 15? Happy birthday. I love zoy. I love zoy? These German keyboards are confusing. Best wishes, Daniel. Have a happy birthday. Nick @ Tea for One Happy birthday. Here’s to plenty more! Shame about having to work though. Thank you everyone. :-) Happy birthday Daniel – hip hip hooray – hip hip hooray! Enjoy this last year of health. Once you turn 35, everything starts falling apart. In the year since turning 35, I’ve been hospitalized with an infection, had a spinal disc rupture, had my shoulder go out so bad I couldn’t move it for 2 days, my bald spot is expanding at a geometric progression, my cholesterol is up, my blood sugar is up, and I’ve found I need an hour more sleep at night on average. So, with that wonderful stuff to look forward to a few months hence… Happy Birthday! :-) I recently finished reading Short History of Nearly Everything… It is an enlightening book! I used to think I could depend on science, but it is incredibly political and imperfect! The book is a great read. Happy (belated) Anniversary! The 5th anniversary of your 29th birthday!! Don’t listen to anyone. You don’t start falling apart until you are 45!! And NO, I’m not 45!!! :) :) :) :) J Comments are closed.