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It's snowing. It's March 27th. But it's snowing.

It made me goofy-happy to get all the birthday wishes in my last entry. (Or maybe it was the sugar buzz from that cupcake.) What makes me feel, I dunno, kind of bad about it is, I'm absolutely rubbish at remembering anyone else's birthday. If you're not my mother, you may as well proceed without me. I haven't been capable of sending a card or calling in a timely fashion in years. It's not that I don't care about people. If I see you, I'm really happy about it. But otherwise, I guess I get distr—oh look at the bunny! Anyway, that's the big reason why I started off my last post saying that I didn't want to make any sort of a deal out of my birthday. It's just that the cupcake was so ... um, bodacious.

Maybe what people need to do is photograph themselves with fabulous baked goods, get a journal, and post the photo on their birthday. Then I'll remember to send good wishes.

So, I'll try to do better with birthday wishes. Just in case, though, I hope your birthday was/is/will be happy (select applicable verb). You don't look a day older!

Keith Olbermann is a commentator/news anchor on the MS:NBC network. On his show, Countdown, he has a regular feature called Worst Person in the World. Usually one of the dis-honorees is rival commentator Bill O'Reilly of Fox News.



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Mar. 28th, 2008 09:17 am (UTC)
I have to set an alarm in my phone for birthdays or I forget them. Mainly I make a big deal out of birthdays for nieces and nephews under the age of 21. Once people are older than that, the novelty kinds of wears off quick!
Mar. 28th, 2008 01:26 pm (UTC)
Maybe I should try the phone alarm. I try writing them in a calendar, but it's paper and it's very quiet. (I quit using a PDA because the batteries were always going dead when I didn't boot the thing up for weeks on end.)
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