The Aftermath Of Turning 33 Years Old

I wasn’t going to spend the day at home even if my foot is still bandaged and walking is still a little painful. I spent the morning drinking cups of coffee and replying ‘Thanks’ back to the sms wishes that came to my cell. I watched an episode of Star Trek Voyager & an episode of V.

I took a shower and went to Coffee Beanz at around 1 pm where I had a iced mocha and some French fries. By 1:45 pm Binny came over and we exchanged video files – I got 5 movies and the mini-series based on a Stephen King novel IT. We talked for quite a while and I bought two dark forest cake for us. By 3 pm we went our seperate ways – I went to get me some vodka.

At Oberois bar, I had 3 vodkas + 7up and a lovely omlette & a couple of peices of fish. The vodka was Muscovy and I’m not too fond of this particular brand but it had to do as they didn’t have anything else. So I sat there and sipped my vodka and thought about the past year. I left the bar and bought some chicken for dinner – my dad said that he’d cook for me & my mom.

I came home and plonked on my bed. I watched IT in it’s entirety. It was nice to watch the vid and lie back in bed. After that, it’s been listening to mp3s and not much else. I’m tired and want to go to sleep early ad I’m not as young as I used to be . So goodnite children.

And Just Like That I Turned 33

I was born 33 years ago on this day – 2nd August, 1976 in Kuwait City, Kuwait. I hate the fuss that comes along with having a birthday while in the office or while in a group, so I’m glad that this year my birthday falls on a Sunday.

Celebrating a birthday is for the under 30s. Once you start growing older it just sux to know that another year as passed you by. While I keep thinking that growing older blows, it does feel special on your birthday, no matter how old you are.

And I can always console myself by saying my personal motto – ‘You’re only as old as the girls you feel!’ So bring on the 16 year old chickies!

I think I’ll go out and have some wonderful coffee and maybe enjoy a slice of cake! You enjoy a live rendition of one of my all time favourite songs, which is very personal to me – What A Good Boy by the Barenaked Ladies.