The Big Day

By now you will note that my customary “Sunday” post has this week moved to Tuesday. That’s because days like today don’t come around that often and I wanted to celebrate, and to share my thoughts with you on this rather auspicious occasion. There’s an excitement in the air that you can feel, almost touch, as the anticipation builds with a new optimism for what’s to come.  Today we look forward to resurrecting possibilities, and once again to the promise of hope and change. Because on this day our dreams are rekindled and we believe in a brighter future, one that is being reconstructed with new ideas and new potential. It’s time to stop peering through the rear-view mirror on what has been, and to begin to focus on what can and will be. There has been much fanfare leading up to this event, so much that I am hoping for all of our sakes that the outcome is not anticlimactic. And while I know that for some this day, like any other day, may bring more disappointment than joy, more sadness than happiness, more tears than laughter, as the evening falls upon us let’s all raise a glass to new hope, new beginnings and to good times for the coming years.

Yes, November 6, 2012 is a big day because (are you ready?) it’s my birthday! Happy Birthday to me! For those of you who know me well you are aware of just how big a day this is. For those of you who do not, may I remind you that ignorance is indeed bliss. In either case please rest assured in knowing that I love having birthdays if only because the alternative is not all that appealing to me.

And now I am off to a conference in Denver where 5 to 6 thousand people will have the chance to celebrate my birthday with me.  Oh yeah, while I’m at it, I’ll probably drop by the local pub tonight to see who’s going to be the next President of the USofA because I guess this is going to be a big day for one of those guys too.

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6 thoughts on “The Big Day

  1. kotokutie says:

    Happy major-big-deal birthday, Phriend! Live long and prosper, and enjoy the celebrations – both birthday and presidential – in Denver.

  2. Sue says:

    Happy birthday Wendy, if family genes have anything to do with it, you will be blogging for many more years to come.

  3. Julia Hinman says:

    OMG I almost forgot the very best wishes for your day. Think about you often .. we will catch up

  4. Louisa says:

    Cheers, and a very happy birthday to you!

  5. Phil O'Hara says:

    So nice to see you in Denver as you celebrate your birthday.

  6. wcaplan says:

    Thank you to everyone for the wonderful birthday wishes and please remember that this is, in fact, my birthday month so there is plenty of time for more.

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