Big Deal of a Birthday

December 17, 2008 at 11:11 PM 2 comments

What’s the big deal about birthdays?

This morning, my first conscious thought as I woke up was, “This can’t be right. Isn’t it winter break already? Let’s see, it’s only Monday … Tuesday … Wednesday. Dang it. Three more days to go.”

I do not feel older nor look any older than I did yesterday.

Last night by the way was the winter concert. I sincerely do not know why we are not allowed to leave before the concert is done. Especially since there was this ridiculously early call time of 5:00 and a ridiculously late end time of 9:15. Some of us have homework to complete and tests to study for.


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  • 1. Mister  |  December 17, 2008 at 11:21 PM

    American society puts too emphasis on birthdays. However, hell, Americans may have the money to celebrate 90 birthdays or so, so let them. Maybe it’ll help the economy.

  • 2. Barnes  |  December 19, 2008 at 12:57 AM

    you do not look older or feel older….

    That is not important. What is important is how others feel of you.

    As a wise guy once said, “Beauty is in the eye of a boulder.” That, my friend, what a birthday is all about.


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