Then it was time for presents. I don't know why people pretend they don't want presents or have a party and say don't bring gifts. Are you kidding me? I love gifts. Love. If I was super rich I think I would open a bank account just to buy phenomenal birthday gifts for everyone I love all year around. One of Gar's gifts came with a great coupon card:
Everyone was very thoughtful and I was loving it all, especially my note from Tanner. After everyone had such a thrilling time watching me open gifts (let's be honest, that's the most boring thing for all party participants involved) it was time for dessert which was a bummer for everyone besides me because apparently rice pudding isn't the ultimate dessert for them. I realize it's kind of a nursing home food but it has always been my very favorite and I felt like my grandma Harris was there while I ate it. I know everyone has their agency but I would not hesitate to recommend rice pudding to anyone, anywhere, anytime. I love it.
I am so glad I was born. I feel so weird to be turning 29 when I still haven't matured past my 17 year old prime. Maybe 29 is the year when it will kick in and I will talk about mature things like 401k funds and shop at Lands End and stop laughing like a fog horn buffalo. Probably not, but you never know. I hope everyone had a good May 28th because it is one of my personal favorites of the whole year.