Monday, July 28, 2008

Happy Birthday to the Blog!

It's the blog's 6th birthday, and it's my birthday, too. Long, long ago in a summer much like this one, I was about to leave Austin and grad school for Howard Payne University. Here's the resume I sent out. Those were the days!

20 comments:

Jerry House said...

Best wishes to youo and the blog.

bish8 said...

Happy 5th blogday! Always entertaining!

Jerry House said...

youo?

Bill Crider said...

Or me-o.

Vince said...

And aren't you both looking well. Happy birthday!

David Jack Bell said...

Happy Birthday Bill and Blog. That's nothing like the ten page cvs people are supposed to send out today, is it?

Randy Johnson said...

Good wishes and many more for both.

Gerald So said...

Happy birthday, Bill.

Benjie said...

Many happy returns.

Doc Quatermass said...

Happy Birthday, old dude and young blog. Many more to both.

Tori Lennox said...

Happy birthday, Bill!!!

James Reasoner said...

Happy birthday to both of you. This is the first blog I ever read, and I've checked it nearly every day since then.

Bill Crider said...

No wonder you've been acting strange lately.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Happy Birthday to you, Bill. You haven't changed a whit since that photo was taken. Same steely gaze, same determined jaw, same designer glasses. And thanks for 6 years of great blogging. It's a key part of my daily fix.
Glad the hurricane didn't harm you, too.

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr. said...

Happy birthday, Bill...and your little blog, too. It's still one of my favorites and one of the earliest to encourage my own blogging behavior.

Bill Crider said...

Thanks to all for the good wishes.

I loved those glasses, Cap'n.

Howard said...

Happy birthday to you and your blog!

After reading your blog for more than a year, and seeing you on panels at several conventions, I finally picked up a couple of your books (Of All Sad Worlds and Murder Most Fowl)...really enjoyed them, and will be checking out more of your stuff.

Bill Crider said...

Now that's good news!

Karin M said...

So you're not a William, you're an Allen Billy! Did you used to be called by both names in that southern way?

Bill Crider said...

Luckily, no.