40. Wow. It really is a milestone and I am shocked that it got here this fast.
Most people know that on your birthday, your friends and family provide a day-long love fest via Facebook. There really isn’t anything better. Texts, emails, phone calls, flowers, and Facebook messages galore. Heck, even the guy who checks people in at the gym wished me a happy birthday!
One of my friends commented about how we spent my 30th birthday together. Was that really 10 years ago?
It made me think about other momentous birthday’s.
In 2003, I celebrated being 30 and single! with a group of friends at one of my favorite neighborhood pubs. I also really regretted living on the 3rd floor of an apartment building.
In 2007, I interviewed for (and later was offered) a job.
In 2001, I spent my birthday in Paris. Ooh, la, la.
In 1994, I drove to Key West with a great group of friends for Spring Break.
Now, in 2013, I am very content to eat dinner with my loves (little and big), hopefully enjoy a glass of vino, and some cake. I know that a party is being planned for me this weekend, but I have been told to butt out and let someone else plan it.
Not the best picture of us, but sometimes being with the ones you love & that love you back is more important.