#Project52 – Who am I?

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It’s that time of year again, making resolutions and looking back at who we have become.  At 30, I often still feel like I’m playing at being an adult. Especially on those days when I see my friends and family with their grown up lives, having kids and making big decisions.

I do have to say that I made a stride or two towards growing up last year.  My husband and I finally bought our first house!

our house

I love having our own home, even if my husband is more tyrannical about where I can put nails in the wall than any landlord ever was. I guess that’s what Command Strips are for.

We also got another cat this year. He’s supposed to live in our new garage/barn, but he spends more time than he should inside. Both because he’s cute, because he is already an expert at sneaking in when you open the door, and because he cries until I break down and let him inside.

Geordi cat

I think last year was a pretty good year. I might just stick with playing at adulthood for a while longer.

selfie

2 Comments

  1. anna in spain on January 7, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    I’m over 50 and I still feel like I’m a kid, playing at being an adult! You know what they say, everyone gets taller, growing up is optional. But then there are people you are sure were born old!

    When I was 17 I went to college, and skipped a year and a half. I was super-intense, super-serious, and didn’t really enjoy life.

    I’m having my happy childhood now!

    • Andrea on January 8, 2016 at 10:57 am

      I’m glad you’re getting your happy childhood. Acting like a kid is the best!

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