25 March 2007 by Published in: General musings 6 comments

Tomorrow is my 46th birthday. I can recall times that don’t seem all that long ago when the very concept of turning 46 was inconceivable; that was old age, for heaven’s sake. Evidently–hopefully–that’s not the case. Some days, I feel old as the hills but only slightly younger than dirt, but other days, I feel 18 again. It all depends.

What’s particularly interesting is that tomorrow is also my good friend and co-author, J. D. Petruzzi’s birthday. J. D. is four years younger than I am, but I find it really remarkable that we share the same birthday.

Perhaps our writing partnership was pre-ordained. :-)

Happy birthday, J. D. You may be younger, but I still have more hair. :-)

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  1. Steve Basic
    Sun 25th Mar 2007 at 11:53 pm

    Eric,

    Twin Sons of Different Mothers. :) Hope you both have a very Happy Birthday, and it stinks as you also have more hair than me. :)

    The other Bald Guy,

    Steve :)

  2. James Epperson
    Mon 26th Mar 2007 at 8:28 am

    Children! Wait ’til you pass the half-century mark! Wait ’til your concerns about tennis elbow give way to concerns about coronaries!

    Just remember: The only thing worse than growing older is *not* growing older.

  3. Michael Aubrecht
    Mon 26th Mar 2007 at 1:41 pm

    Happy B-Day to both of you boys…

    - from your much younger friend :)

  4. Mon 26th Mar 2007 at 2:10 pm

    LOL guys, thank you and AAARRRGGGHHH to Eric. He got the hair gene, but I got the cute gene :)

    I’m 42 today and like Eric, there was a time not long ago when 40 and over was simply inconceivable. That seemed an eternity away. Well, eternity arrived.

    You’re as old as you feel, and as long as I keep writing about dead guys it keeps me feeling pretty young ;)

    J.D.

  5. Scott Mingus
    Tue 27th Mar 2007 at 9:12 am

    Try turning 50, as I did this year. There’s something psychological about being a grandfather now and getting my AARP card and being eligible for senior discounts (on second thought, saving money is good).

    Belated congrats! The best is yet to come!

  6. Paul Mullen
    Thu 29th Mar 2007 at 11:43 am

    Since I knew you in younger days, I might suggest the problem isn’t age, but mileage. You’ve been ridden hard and put away wet. :)

    Happy Birthday!!!!!

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