Papaya fun

I get very, very cranky during my birthday. It helps when friends go out of their way to greet me. Turning 35, in particular, is something of a milestone -so much that should have been done, so much still to do, so very much that may never get done.

Then you run across ephemera like this, and you can’t help but smile. Thank you to all who took the time to greet me.

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Did the poor priest ever hear of papaine?

Manuel L. Quezon III.

9 thoughts on “Papaya fun


    So, I understand that you’re celebrating it in the US! Well, hope you’re having fun over there. One tip if you miss the life here is to just get TFC and tune in on The Buzz. That’s all the news you need to know to feel at home.

    Oh… and don’t tell me you brought along something as important as that card with you on the trip.

    Again, maany happy returns of the day! (Is that the right greeting?)

  2. Thanks. No, I was in the States two weeks ago. I got home a week ago, it was a very short trip. Thanks for the birthday wishes!

  3. happy birthday bossing. muntik mo nang maging ka birthday ang mommy ko. she turns 81 today. that makes your 35 look like you were just born yesterday, so don’t get cranky.

  4. Thank you! My mom said the same thing (she’s 78): “I’m so far ahead of you you’ll always be very young to me!”

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