I turn 68 today.
I like to think I’m in as good condition as this very nicely restored 1968 Mustang: aging well and still have some spirit as long as you don’t push it too hard.
Happy birthday, Bob.
All of these people, some still with us, were born on September 16:
Peter Falk, Lauren Bacall, BB King, Ed Begley, Jr., Amy Poehler, Mickey Rourke, Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, Louis XVIII, and me.
In fiction, it’s also the birthday of Bobby Cramer. He is 58 today.
Today would have been Allen’s 55th birthday. Thirty-five years ago for his first birthday with me, I bought him a unicorn music box that played this song. It was our song for as long as we were together, and still is.
I knew this day would come.
Hillary Clinton went back on the campaign trail.
President Obama designated the first national marine monument off the coast of New England.
The Senate passed a bill to help Flint repair the water system.
Feds recall 1 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s.
The Tigers lost to the Twins 5-1.
Thanks, Mom and Dad.
Happy birthday, SJW.
Egyptair flight from Paris to Cairo disappears from radar over Mediterranean.
One of the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram escaped after two years of captivity.
The Labor Department announced new rules that will allow millions of workers to collect overtime.
Mudslides in Sri Lanka displaced thousands of people.
A federal judge in Kansas ruled against the state’s strict voter registration rules.
Donald Trump listed the eleven people who will never serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Tigers completed the sweep of the Twins 6-3.
Happy birthday, Mom.