This was meant to be an actual birthday post, meaning it was supposed to be posted on my birthday, which was yesterday. However, as most of my activities are these days, it had to be postponed. Thankfully, I can accredit it to my daughter, and not to my usual procrastination. 😀
Anyway, yesterday’s the day I turned 31, finally severing all my ties with my twenties. (No, I can no longer say that I was in my twenties just until a few days ago! 😛 )
In other (more real) senses, too, this birthday was of quite some importance to me.
For one, I became a mom about 5 months ago, so it is my first birthday as one. My daughter does not understand it yet but years later she will see herself wishing me in photographs. Yes, I posed her to hug me and pretended she was wishing me a happy birthday, I admit! 😛 😉
My last birthday was pretty disastrous, what with the morning sickness and stuff. So on this birthday, I was happy to actually eat my birthday cake. 😀 Chocolate, of course!
I have always been a big fan of birthdays; and while I agree that we all grow a little everyday, there’s something that changes on our birthdays every year. As a kid, I used to truly believe that what we wished while cutting our birthday cakes really came true. As I grew up, I transferred my wish-fulfillment tactics to making resolutions. Needless to say, neither of them came to fruition. Well, at least most of the times. Still, I make resolutions on every birthday: most are just repeats of those made about 10 months ago, all still unfulfilled. And some, I try to incorporate based on my age. This year, as I myself have a child, I have resolved to reduce my childish streaks, at least a little. The child-likeness, albeit, I cannot camouflage. But the flashes of temper, the random indiscipline – they sure have to go out the door.
Apart from that, I have resolved to read more, on the new Kindle Paperwhite that hubby dearest gifted me on my birthday. :):) I used to be an ardent supporter of good old-fashioned paper books; but considering how my daughter devours anything that she can tear or wring, I fear for their safety. Hence, Kindle. At least until she finds a way to destroy that, too. 😛
Well, that’s it so far. Let me publish the post before I get interrupted again. Happy birthday to me! 😀 😀
5 thoughts on “The Birthday Blog Post”
Wishing you a belated happy birthday 🙂 Eat less cake/chocolate – sugar is not good for health!
Thanks a lot, Rajesh. 🙂
Hehe, you are right. But birthdays are exceptions, don’t you think?
Yes, if you eat them only on your birthdays, then it is an exception 😛
Really nice post di. I know you had an awesome birthday.Wish you many many more.
Thanks a lot, Meha 🙂