This is a big deal... Because after 29 is 30. And thirty is a real number. A grown-up number. A "have your life together" kind of number. But that's a blog for another day.
|Jess, E and I last summer in Seattle|
A lot of cool people have birthdays in May. When I lived in Pittsburgh, at least half a dozen in my circle of friends were May babies, and we would get together to celebrate birthdays, half-birthdays, and awesomeness. Now I know and love even MORE wonderful people who were born in the best month (don't argue). Two weeks before me is bestfriend birthday, the day after is Jess's birthday, and many many others.
I learned recently that this really cool blogger-lady named Joy the Baker is also a May baby! This only makes her more awesome. But I mention this because I love her recipes, her sass, and her perspective on life. Go read her reflections on turning thirty-two. The girl is spot on. Particularly this part:
I subscribe to the idea that working really hard and loving people better every day will get me where I want to be each day, week, month and year.But not so much the part where she says that baking your own birthday cake is silly. 'Cuz I'm totally doing that. Lemon Cake with Black Tea Frosting, thank you very much. But then again, I'm not a food blogger, so it's probably different.
I like her idea about listing things she's gained perspective on during the past year. Perhaps I'll include some of those when I finally write down that list I've been pondering about how to get my life together before I turn 30. Stay tuned ;)
Also, just in case you were wondering... Bestfriend makes the best mix CDs.