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Quarter of a Century Celebrations

Monday, October 20, 2014

turned a quarter of a century on Sunday! Kinda crazy. I'm not quite as responsible or old feeling as my 18 yourself may have thought 25 would feel. I'm also not married or have a dog or living in the mountains or who knows what else I had on my "plan." But I'm cool with that. I have grown prouder, more independent, and content. Always workin on it. Anyway.
On my birthday weekend, I had a lovely breakfast and Birthday Toast with Mom surrounded by sunshine and flowers on her patio. Still hopeful I've inherited her green thumb. 

Kayaked with her on the Silver River
Laughed at this goofy guy
Thought this guy was fake...
Tried to pet a turtle 

Probs looked crazy to on-lookers chanting "anhinga! aninga! anhinga!" thinking that 3-times memory trick might help me become a bird expert like Moms. 

Had retail therapy with mama, walked with her and Denise, barbecue with Mom and Pops, and we were very adult-like seeing Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day. Pretty cute. 

Enjoyed a hearty and delicious lunch at The Top with life-long friend, Amy. Twenty four years with this girl as my best friend... I'm a lucky chick. 
Reunited with Charlyn over cupcakes and coffee and got to meet her man. So glad to see her after a year apart and meeting her boy I felt like I'd known forevs. (Facebook does that sometimes). 

And ended the night with surprise flowers, wine, a French press and coffee from Vietnam, eggs, and brownie mix, with some front porch chillin... "I can't imagine a better combination of goodies" for me, as Rubin also pointed out. This kid knows the way to my heart. 
Cheers to the new year, making the best of all things, channeling positivity like no other, being healthy and present, learning some more adult things... and all that jazz.
What were you doing on your 25th birthday, post 25ers out there? I asked Mom and Pops but Mom said there was no Timehop app at that time so she doesn't know. Haha

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