Today, I am 25 years old. A quarter of a century old. All of the milestones of youth have been passed and I sit here as an adult. (As much of an adult as I want to be.) I am grateful for what I’ve done and what I’m doing. I can easily say that life has been good to me.
I spent the day as any other day, running errands and getting a few steps closer to being where I really want to be. With every birthday previous to this being elaborately planned and a big to-do, it was nice to spend a relaxing day with no expectations from anyone but myself.
But, I am 380 miles from what I’ve always known and I do long for my friends and family. Each comment & message I received today made me smile and made me think about how wonderful people can be. I am very lucky to have so many beautiful and kind friends. I am very lucky to have such a supportive and loving family. There is no way to truly thank every individual with the intensity that I feel: I am overwhelmed with love. Not just today, but every day. The people I have in my life are remarkable.
And that just goes to show what this life I have means to me: community. family. friends. Without all of you, I feel incomplete. I need the happiness and tenderness, the honesty and dedication, that relationships with all kinds of people bring to the table. Every one that I know is terrific in their own way. To be able to have so many people that I get to observe and interact with, finding their traits and desires, learning about them and getting to live life with them, it’s a joy; an honor.
This has been a beautiful life so far. I am so happy and am so thankful for each second. For each experience. For each person, come and gone or still around. There’s no telling what’s in store next, but I am excited. I am ready to work harder and to be a better me, because I have all of you to help show me the way.
I love you!
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
AltaOne bank account
Refinance the Chevy?
DMV – proof of insurance (pay $$) & change of address on DL
Social Security card (Independence)
Pay off Cuesta College