I’m not one to countdown the days until my birthdays. Well, maybe I am. =) But I’m a soft countdowner. And I also make up words. =)
On June 5 I’ll turn 29. I’m reaching that psychological barrier – the point of no-return of adulthood – the 30’s. It should be okay. It will be okay. My sister and several friends of mine already passed that barrier and they’re okay.
It’s not that I’m scared or that it’s gonna be a huge part of my thoughts for the next 14 months. It just reminds me of how fast time goes by. It seems that just yesterday I was starting college and that was 11 years ago. Or that I was graduating college, and that was 7 years ago. Or that just yesterday it was New Years and we’re now 5 days into April.
I know that I talk a lot about time and how it goes by really fast. I’m not thinking about that every day, but sometimes, somethings happen that really remind us of that. And to me, right now, is being 2 months away from turning 29.
Also, tomorrow my boyfriend is wrestling in the National Championship again, and it still seems it was a few weeks ago that he won the title. And it was a year ago. (And yes, you can expect a post on that tomorrow.)
Now that this is clearly turning to a random post, I’ll have to ask here the same question I asked on my Facebook:
Am I really the only one kind of creeped out by this?
There hasn’t been one day in the past two weeks that I woke up to a phone without a news notification relating to North Korea.
And just as I was writing this, I saw this on my computer news notifications (yes, I’m a news geek and I need to be notified as soon as events are happening):
What? I so hope this turns out to be just overreacting… Click here to check out the whole article.
Well, see you all tomorrow, with my take on the National Wrestling Championship! =)