7.06.2006

30

So, if you were wondering what was up with the random lists of 30 lately, it should now be pretty apparent. I have officially entered my third decade on this rock we call Earth.
Where was I when the clock struck midnight? You guessed it! Down here in the vault.

I wish I could claim that age ain't nothin' but a number, but from my nostalgia-laden previous posts, I'm sure you can imagine that I feel my years more now than I did at
this time last year.

So it is with great hope that I look forward to the next 30 years. I hope that I can somehow learn to shed the husk of cynicism and skepticism that accompany adulthood. I hope that I can become more like the man I wish I was.


And you're invited, by the way, to my small birthday get together--tomorrow, the 7th from 6 - 8 I'll be imbibing with friends at Chez Gaudy on Capitol Hill. The address, I believe is 1802 Bellevue. I think we'll be attempting to see Strangers with Candy after--and you're invited to join us to see that, as well.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy 30th!

It's all downhill from here. (Awww...Psyche!) :D

Anonymous said...

Oh, that was me. :)

Erik

tableofcontent said...

Everyone told me I'd feel much happier being 30, but all I can think about is that 30 years from now I'll be dead. But Happy Birthday anyways! XOXOXOXO

K said...

Happy Birthday J! You still have 10 years on me m'friend!

janice said...

happy 30th birthday, jermajesty! ;)

Maggie said...

Happy Birthday Jeremey! All the terrific men I know turn 30 this year: you, Paul Constant, and Tony. Anyone else you know?

Anonymous said...

Oh, no. Does this mean you share a birthday with George W?

jeremy said...

GW and Nancy Reagan! Also Sylvester Stallone.

Adam said...

Happy Belated Birthday Jeremy!!

Keith said...

Jeremy - sorry to use your blog to relay messages to others but this one is for Maggie:

You, Tony and I were talking about the viaduct debacle at Jeremy's fantastic birtday celebration so I thought I'd tell you about this. Allied Arts Seattle is sponsoring a "Waterfronts for All" seminar at Town Hall on Wed. at 5 pm. You can check out town hall's website for a description and a link to allied arts page which is swell too.

Alright, back to Jeremy...had a good time at A Scanner Darkly.

Maggie said...

Thanks Keith! I hope to make it.

GayProf said...

Oh, No! I have been away and missed your birthday! It looks like you have had a good time. Do plan for Boston this year!