54 thoughts on “Hey Everyone

  1. Happy Birthday,

    God bless you for having to put up with John for so long.
    ;o)

    and Thanks.

  2. Gee, all the garnet stone birthdays — my half-son Aaron yesterday, my niece-ish second-cousin Clea on the 19th, my son Math on the 23rd, my other niece-ish second-cousin [first ortho-cousin to Clea] on the 27th, and my daughter Kayleigh on the 31st — are being celebrated tomorrow at my cousins’ [Clea's parents'].

    I’ll be glad to sacrifice another cake slice to John’s mom. :>)

    She’s obviously a good, stable person to a] raise a clearly maniac son into b] a good man, husband, and father himself.

    Bless you, Scalzi-Mater, and best wishes on your birthday!

    JJB

  3. Happy birthday, Mother of John. You taught him all the great things he is – the rest, well, he regressed.

    My wife’s birthday today, as well.

  4. Happy Birthday Mother Scalzi.

    For awesome you are!!
    From Near and Far
    It is plain to see,
    If John is,
    So must you be!

  5. What day is today?
    It’s John’s Mom’s birthday!
    What a great day for a birthday!
    Let’s all have some cake!

    Happy birthday and good job with John. :-)

  6. On behalf of my family and myself, we hope that you enjoy your day, and be blessed by the Deity or Deities of your choice {grin}. Since you have a grand-daughter, I’m certain that you already are.

    Blessed be!

    Drieux

  7. Happy Birthday, Mother of John Scalzi, and many more.

    Musically,

    “Here is your birthday song! It isn’t very long!”

  8. Happy Birthday! May the power of your awesome outshine all the candles! And have a talk with your son about bacon: he seems to have some issues. . . .

  9. Happy birthday, Mrs. Scalzi! Your son is my favorite snark-and-bile-infested internet blogger/SF writer. EVAR!!!!! :-)

  10. You’re having a birthday, we wish you many more
    Health and wealth and friends by the score.
    So cut the cake and let’s eat some more
    Happy Birthday to you!

    (can’t remember who does this song, but it is a fun little tune)

  11. All together: “Mmmmmm…pie.”

    Especially after prime rib! Happy Birthday Weekend, Mrs. Scalzi’s-Mom.

  12. Happy Birthday. This manuscript was delivered slightly after the deadline, but my agent has found a loophole in the contract…

    I know that I would not have become a professional writer without my mother, so I suspect that you helped to put your son on the right track.

    Well done! Now, we all know that you have your own life, too, so may that go well for you in 2009.

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