I am 28.
I really like the sound of it.
This has been one of the best birthday celebrations I've had in a long while.
It started with a super chill, lovely, alcohol-filled Saturday night with some close friends (complete with devil's food and peanut butter butter creme cupcakes) and continued through the weekend with a boozy brunch and then a long evening of sushi and sake with a super close friend.
Tuesday, I was treated to dinner at my cousin's house and even got time with the baby.
I collected birthday cards from my kiddoes all week, intent on keeping them sealed until today. I also wore a dress and tiara to work because I could. When I got to work, I opened all of the cards and put them on display. There were more than this by the end of the day, plus a couple paintings.
Most touching message: Thank you Annie for all youve done. Love you!
Funniest message: Happy birthday annie write below whatever you want
My job is the best place ever to work if you're celebrating a birthday, except when the kids started telling me I was older than their mothers. Hrmm.
My coworkers got me a card and baked me cupcakes, and one of my art teachers made me this. I almost sobbed.
(I just realized you can see my tiara in this pic!)
Tonight, my friend took me out to dinner, and I came home to hundreds of email and Facebook messages.
This is the first birthday in a long time that I feel like I'm celebrating at home. I've dragged weeks-worth of luggage to New York City before heading to New Haven for the summer for what feels like years (really, it was only 2). But before that, for years and years, I was either unhappy or away from home.
Celebrating in Boston has been really nice, and I have a feeling my 28th year is going to be pretty amazing.
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