The whole last year ive kept thinking that im 30 already.
I have been in a midlife crisis since i was 16. Seriously. Thoughts like, 'Oh, but im too old to start this/do something new.' constantly go through my mind.
I had my birthday outfit already picked out 3 weeks ago.
Normally i dont have parties, i just spend the day with my boyfriend. And i got a schedule for this year already,
-and more cake
-go for a nice walk-fish&chips by the pier
Pretty good ey?
If you ever get stuck with buying me a present, its really easy, pretty vintage screwback earrings will always do.
My boyfriend forgot my birthday last year. That made me really sad. But i compensated by making him my slave for 3 days after, which was kind of worth it.
I got a treat planned for us this time too, i will tell you about it later.
When i think about birthdays i also think about how life passes by, about life and death.
If i was Christian and i would believe in the paradise, id have a fucking party everytime somebody i loved died. Coz ure going to see them again, its like ure going for an awesome world roundtrip and they are just waiting for you in another country. No biggie right?!
So i reckon cemetaries are a too solemn place to celebrate such an occasion properly. They shud be full of streamers and party hats.
I also think headstones should tie in with the whole theme then, they should say things like "Well fuckin done mate, you've finally made it!" Its like an achievement.
Now im an atheist, but you can obviously believe whatever you want, except for my sister of curz(STOP IT ALREADY!).
I think there shud be a balance, u shud appreciate the people in ur life and urself too. Do things that are fun instead of always having to achieve something or meet a schedule.
Instead of saying"Everybody is good at something or the best at something" why not say "Everybody has fun doing something it doesnt matter how good ure at it".:)
(btw the pictures are from Tanunda Cemetary which is in the Barossa Valley SA, where we went over Easter see last post)