Thursday, April 1, 2010
One Deliriously Awesome Birthday.
My birthday- turned out to be a lot more fun than I expected. So much Better than the last one.
It was full of omg-I-can't-believe-I-am-twenty clumsiness and phone calls that cheered up my every single body cell. Everything went just perfect, perfect! No arguments with siblings. No worries. Every one made it a special day for me, a day to remember =) I'm filled with delight and smiles. Aaahhh! Bliss. =)
March 31st, 7:00 AM
I woke up, washed my drowsy face as mom called for breakfast. I walked upto the kitchen and there she was, looking at me, smiling. I walked closer and she hugged me. Awww. I love you, mother =) You're the best.
Then I did some reading and took a nap :D
Papa was busy, as usual, and he always forgets my birthday. But oh well, he texted me and wished me anyway ^__^, We also went out for some fun, the cake was bought and not baked by me. I am the one who always bakes cakes for everyone. I surely wasn't in the mood to bake one for myself.
Sometimes I can't help but wonder how certain things, things so little, could mean so much to you. Other might not understand, its only you who can feel the contentment within.
Back to the birthday, I wanted a really really chocolaty spongy chocolate-dripping mouth watering chocolate drenched chocolate cake, and though mine wasn't the one I had wanted terribly; to treat my taste buds to and satisfy my craving, it certainly was a real good one. =) When we finally got together, I cut the cake and everyone wished me once again and sang me the good old birthday song. And that's how this awesome day came to an awesome end. With no friends invited, no grand arrangements, no fancy party, no balloons and streamers, no formalities, I loved it all. Yeah I'm like that, its the little, mostly insignificant things that have the tendency to make me happy.
The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; the wise grows it under his feet. ~James Openheim
Teehee. I am not a wise cracker at all, believe me.
Here's the cake that Ally ate up all.