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Thursday, December 30, 2004

Notes from the TigerHawk birthday 

Yesterday was the TigerHawk birthday. Falling as it does between Christmas and New Year's, it has always been at risk for being forgotten. That did happen once (if your family completely forgets your birthday, you get a "lifetime free pass," according to Charlottesvillain, a topic to which I may return in a future post), but by and large my family does a great job rousing themselves from the post-Christmas let-down in time to celebrate mon anniversaire.

This year, we had dinner at one of our favorite restaurants (the Santa Fe Grille in Rocky Hill) and opened presents and had birthday cake at home. Among many generous gifts, this one may be of particular interest to our righty-libertarian readership:
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Thanks to the Tigerhawk Mother. Now, do I dare wear it around Princeton?

And here is my most excellent birthday cake, lovingly crafted by Mrs. TigerHawk and the TigerHawk Daughter:
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Thank you all very much.

9 Comments:

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Dec 30, 10:26:00 AM:

You don't look a day older. Many happy returns. :)

Sissy
http://sisu.typepad.com  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Dec 30, 01:09:00 PM:

Happy B-day, Jack.

Rob A.  

By Blogger Screwy Hoolie, at Thu Dec 30, 04:04:00 PM:

Marilyn and I wish you the happiest year ahead. Turning 26 is amazing, eh?  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Dec 30, 05:34:00 PM:

Happy B-Day Jack.

Scott  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Fri Dec 31, 03:19:00 AM:

Happy birthday, Jack. It could be worse. I have an aunt whose birthday is December 25th.

Jim
Parkway Rest Stop
http://parkwayreststop.com  

By Blogger Fausta, at Fri Dec 31, 08:54:00 AM:

Happy birthday!  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Fri Dec 31, 09:25:00 PM:

mine's the 27th.
Your neighbor, Andrew.  

By Blogger The Home Theater Wizard, at Thu Oct 06, 03:59:00 PM:

Wow, I was just messing around and found your page!
Very nice.
If you are interested, go see my christmas gifts related site.
It isnt anything fancy but you might still find something of interest.  

By Blogger The Home Theater Wizard, at Sun Oct 09, 03:38:00 AM:

Thanks for letting us post comments - very cool of you. I work online with my own home based business website. I

have a christmas gifts site. It pretty much covers

christmas gifts related stuff.
Check it out if you get the chance. Thanks again!  

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