Posts Tagged ‘birthday’
Yay! Today marks the 25th anniversary of my birth. I really stopped looking forward to birthdays within the last couple of years, and today doesn’t feel particularly special to me. I guess I should take this opportunity to reflect upon my life, and count my blessings, so I don’t feel so down on my birthday.
First and foremost, I am thankful for Rachel, my wonderful fiancee, who is always here for me. I was in a pretty bad place before she came along, and I really appreciate everything she does for me. I can’t wait to spend many more birthdays with her.
I am also thankfull for my family, who has always supported me and my crazy career ambitions. They have always taken me in when no one else will, and believed in me. They have provided me with words of kindness and wisdom when I need it most.
Finaly, I am thankfull for my freinds, and all the laughs and good times we have together. I will always remember summer cook outs at Joe & Courtney’s house, late night D&D sessions, and poker nights. I have so many fond memories with my dear freinds I can’t even to begin to list them all here, but you know who you are. No matter where you go, I will always be right there with you, and you here with me.
To whom it may concern, my 25th birthday is rapidly approaching. I asked off work for this day, which is April 18th. I didn’t ask off because I am particularly excited about turning 25, but my birthday falls on a Friday, and I could use a long weekend to recuperate from the rigors inflicted upon me by my evil employer.
I will be spending the week following my birthday at my best friend Steve’s house, dog-sitting for him, while he and his fiancee are on a trip to meet her biological father. This will serve as kind of a mini vacation for Rachel and I, A chance to have a whole house to ourselves for a few days, even though I will be working most of those evenings.
I have updated my About Mepage, and will periodically be adding items to my wish-list in the days leading up to my birthday. Feel free to use that as a guideline for any gifts as you see fit, but by all means, do not feel obligated to purchase a gift for me, or even wish me a happy birthday, as I am not entirely sure I will want to be reminded.