Hello and Welcome to Saving Face Beauty!
Today's my birthday and I'm at the point where I don't really look forward to birthdays anymore.
I've gotten to an age where I have to buy my own presents if I expect to get anything (jk, that age came and went like 10 years ago) and saying "It's my party, I can cry if I want to" no longer excuses questionable behavior because I'm expected to act like an adult no matter what day it is.
The age where I start to think about all the things I haven't' done yet and regret the things I missed out on.
You know, that age where everyone start poking holes in my five year plan instead of cutting me a corner piece.
When they start asking when I'm going to settle down, right before calculating how many eggs I have left.
-Screams at the top of lungs-
But hey, at least I can rent a damn car.
Please join me in a moment of silence to mourn the passing of my youth.
Thank you for your support and for allowing me to get that off my chest.
Now that I've officially become insane I'd like to do what a lot of old people do when they want to feel youthful again:
Listen to the music they enjoyed when they were young!
I know this is a thing because I still see those awkward infomercials while channel surfing at 1am.
"Buy this 12 volume CD collection and transport yourself back to Woodstock!"
I already know the a day will come when I will be ordering from said infomercial, but until then all I have is a playlist.
If you excuse me, I have to finish my wine cooler and get back to watching Mean Girls but I'd love toread about the infomercials you'll be ordering from in your golden years.
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