Sunday, May 10, 2009

Two Birds, One Stone

Happy Mothers Day to all of you that have made that ultimate life changing sacrifice. I have no concept of how you did and continue doing it.

Another thing I am quietly celebrating today is the third anniversary of Astoria Rust. I wonder how many novels I could have written had I channeled my energy in that direction instead. Oh well, at least here I have readers.


Blogger Beth said...

I really have no idea how I've managed to do it, either. But it's been worth the ride!

Happy 3rd anniversary!

4:34 AM  
Blogger Donna said...

Any woman can do it. Doing it WELL is the trick. I confess I could have done much better than I did, but there's little good done watering last year's crops.

4:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep...women are truly amazing and I have always been in awe of their ability to expel little humans from their bodies. The best men can do is fart and not soil their underwear...

Happy turd anniversary Guy!


4:51 AM  
Blogger loopymamain06 said...

happy third guy! I am now into my 17th year of motherhood, and it is the reason I call myself loopy. In catching up on your blogs, i wondered where moose was, i see he is back now...:)
loopy of loopydom

5:11 AM  
Blogger Tango said...

Happy 3rd Anniversary, Guy!!
In my next life, I hope that children come with an owner's manual.

5:12 AM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

Happy anniversary. Even though you aren't a mother, you have lots of children, or at least acolytes, sitting at your feet and demanding more of your wisdom. (grin)

6:01 AM  
Anonymous Auntie said...

Happy, happy, honey.

6:56 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

It's funny how my first and second years seemed like mile stones, and this year I nearly forgot and just want to move on. Thank you all for showing up.

5:18 AM  
Blogger dalia said...

three is the magic number!


9:21 AM  
Anonymous Ginger said...

Happy Anniversary! Thank you for all you write about. Keep up the great work :)

I had the BEST MOTHERS DAY EVER! I awoke to fresh flowers from the hill and home made cards from my daughters, my husband brought home sushi for lunch from my favorite place in town, along w/ lobster tails for dinner. I was surprised by my Son. He came out for the day...he is in college...that made me cry, since I was not expecting him to come home because he is so busy w/ school...we BBQ'd some pork ribs and spent the day in the yard talking...mostly laughing. Then, we made smores. It was a great day.

10:37 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Thanks, Dalia.

Ginger, good for you and it probably helps erase the worst mothers day ever. I'm sure there was one.

5:08 AM  

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