I say goodbye to my teenage years and embrace my adulthood. Happy birthday to me!
For as long as I can remember, I have always been childish. It has been my nature. I’ve been into trouble a lot of times because of it. But it is also because of my nature that I find the right way to solve problems and receive good treatment. Now that I’m twenty years old, I want to start getting the grasp of maturity.
It may be hard, and I’m gonna make mistakes for sure, but life didn’t come with instructions. And for that reason, I have to learn from my own mistakes.
No pain. No gain.
I don’t have to erase my childishness and replace it with this maturity thing I want to start. People have heard it from everywhere: I’ll always be a kid in heart. Always have. Always will. I just have to balance both, and let out my nature in the right place and time.
As for my birthday, all I wanted was it to be spent like a normal day. And it was. Tweeting, watching t.v., playing with my little sister and cousins, taking pictures, and enjoying every moment. The only difference was that I got flooded by lots of birthday greetings from my various social networks. My Facebook account got the most. My wall was full of happy birthdays from my friends (and people I don’t know but somehow are my friends). That made me super happy. But what made my day was Mom’s greeting. She was the very first person to greet me when I opened my eyes. I love you, Mom! ❤
The rest of the day, I kept receiving greetings from my little sister and cousins for, like, a million times. They never got tired of greeting me. That added to my overall happiness. Oh how I love my family. They are so irreplaceable. I don’t know what I’ll do without them.
Now this is the part where I conclude my blog etcetera etcetera. But since I’m not good at doing that, I’ll just end it with a picture of me eating Reese’s Ice Cream. Say ahh.
P.S.: I also want to thank my aunts and uncles for their birthday gifts in the form of cash. I could always count on them to be practical. But most of all, I thank God for giving me another year to spend. 🙂