Wednesday, September 15, 2010

A Paper Anniversary

Almost escaping under my little Irish nose, today is my blog, HH and my first anniversary!  Can you believe it!?  And to think they thought we wouldn't make it. -Queue Shania Twain song

Well after waking me up with a cup of coffee, HH got me that letterpressed calendar I wanted and I gave a signed first edition 'Mrs. Dalloway' by Virginia Woolf.  (I definitely over gave)

I think we're going somewhere ritzy for Gin and Italians later to celebrate.

Thank you all for being such great readers, may we share many more years together!

This lovely image was send to me by faithful reader and dear friend, Katie E. Lynch.  She knows me so well.


The Down East Dilettante said...

And glad your faithful readers are that you made it---I raise my glass of gin to you.

And indeed, what an amazing photo (even if that man on the balcony does bring my fear of heights to the fore)

P.Gaye Tapp at Little Augury said...

Good work! & I always love to see what HH will say- a delight. Photo is something else- go Katie! pgt

ArchitectDesign™ said...

Congrats and thats a really amazing gift; Signed no less!

DM said...

cheers DED...but no drinking and book browsing lest death ensue.
LA...HH says thank you and that yours is always a delight as well!
AD...Wait till you see next years gift! (hint: working time machine)

Thomas Hogglestock said...

Congratulations. (And what a dreamy picture!)

W.E. said...

Congratulations on such an impressive milestone dear DH! You continue to impress me with your witty and beautiful observations. Cheers to you! Oh, and this photo is wonderful!

DM said...

Thanks fellas!

Jay said...

Yay you!!

In honor of this happy anniversary, I'll even forgive the fact that Shania Twain is now stuck in my head. ;]

Laurent said...

Thank you for wonderful things, D.

Sarah Ryhanen said...

kudos hommie.
probably "italians" is some fancy cocktail unbeknownst to me but imediately i imagined it meant some fancy willing euro homeboys

and i was like - "alright, alright" and threw my fist in the air

DM said...

Laurent always a pleasure!

Sarah and Jay/funniest girls on the block...Those comments made be laugh o lot! Gin and Italians is the 1920's version of saying martini's, but don't worry I didn't know that till 4 days ago. Now I just can't stop sayin it!

Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

Dear Daniel, many happy returns to your blog. I shall raise a glass too. And what a fabulous picture! xx