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{April 5, 2012}   Birthdays Are Overrated, But…

I’m twenty-three years old today. There’s nothing like a birthday to point out everything you haven’t done, everything you thought you’d be but haven’t become. Basically, all of your failures and shortcomings. So, I think birthdays are overrated. Unless, of course, you’re turning seven and are having an awesome birthday party at McDonald’s Play Place. Those were the days.

On a good note, my birthday gives cause to people supporting my habits. My Aunt went to the liquor store this morning and bought me my favorite, albeit pricey, wine. A BIG bottle. 🙂  Maybe by this evening I will be able to forget about the depression that my birthday has brought upon me and tie a few on and just be happy.

I have nothing planned for today except my short to-do list: do nothing. Haha. That’s all I want. I want to do nothing and I want to do it without visitors, mine or anyone else’s. I don’t think I ask for much?

 



Happy Birthday! Make it a day in which you look at all you HAVE done, instead of what you haven’t!



have a happy birthday. I would give anything to be having your birthday today. So don’t feel so bad. You are young and you have a life ahead of you that can change and become something great. It is up to you. Don’t waste anymore time letting yourself be depressed. Get up and get dressed and go have a drink with a friend or two where everyone can see you!! Save the depression for when you are almost 50 and you can’t go out anymore.



anannya25 says:

happy birthday. and enjoy your life because its those fruits only which seeds you planted while you were seventeen……
so have a happy birthday….



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