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Happy Birthday, Baby Girl


Baby girl, today you turn 10 years old. I’ve been dreading the day you turn double digits because it means you’re that much closer to being a grownup. I’m unwilling to give up the little girl that came into the life of your mother and I 10 short years ago.

Every day you cease to amaze me with your love of life, your incredible mind that won’t stop working and your innocence that inspires me to look at the world without jaded glasses.

I love the way you will try new things after I hound you for days and I love even more the way you love them more that I thought you would.

You still run to the door and give me a hug when I get home from work or a trip and you still hop in my lap for snuggles. Never stop doing that.

You give your all when the time calls for it, and you know how to relax and chill out like a true Richter.

Your and awesome big sister and a true friend to everyone.

I can’t count how many people have said what a good kid you are. Every time someone mentions you, your mom and I can’t help but beam with pride.

You’re smart, funny, and have latched on to the sarcasm that your mother and I have flowing through our veins. I’m not sure if that last one is a good thing, but it sure makes for good times around the Richter compound.

The past 10 years have been an amazing journey. I can’t wait to see what the next 10 have in store for us.




Happy Birthday

To the love of my life…  It’s been almost 8 years and I’m happier everyday that I’m with you.  Hope you had a great day.

Sarah and Han.  Birthday girl is on the left. Love you, Babe!

Sarah and Han. Birthday girl is on the left. Love you, Babe!

Another birthday…

XPI gave the iPod a post, so I suppose I have to wish Windows XP a happy birthday today. 6 years ago, XP was loosed into the world (yawn). Being an Apple fanboy, I generally despise all things Microsoft – I do have to give it credit though – it’s still a hundred times better than Vista.

Happy Birthday iPod!

1g ipod

Today marks the 6th anniversary of the iPod’s unveiling in Cupertino, CA.  What started as a 5GB, 1000 song unit, has grown into various forms, the largest being a 160GB, 40,000 song global icon.

I’m ashamed to admit how many I own…  What about you?  Are you anti-iPod? What’re your thoughts on the “revolution”?