I am 29 years old, y'all. I will never be 28 again.... I'm trying to sound dramatic but truly I couldn't care less or feel any different than I did yesterday. I think if anything 30 might be a little weird just to say the age "30" but I don't need to think about that for a whole 'nother year.
Matt was ready and waiting to hear what I wanted him to make me for my birthday dinner, but what I really wanted was a birthday breakfast. And oh did he make me a good one. Delicious omelet, fresh avocado, veggie sausage, crispy hash brown and turkey bacon, ohh it was gooood. We had lots of good family time today, including some crazy laughing from Brynn which then made Matt and I laugh like crazy people followed by my face hurting and all of us craving a nap.
Matt and I went to see "The Vow" today in a 200 person movie theater that was occupied by us and 5 other people, it seemed wasteful really. But awesome, the screen was imax level huge and no one was near us so we could shovel popcorn and reece's pieces in to our mouths like we'd never eaten before and I could ask silly questions without worrying about having to be super quiet. It was a sweet romantic movie (with some funny parts) and really made you think about the power of the vow of marriage and the incredible strength that love can give you. And a reminder, to me anyways that we are all really here to find love and be loved. It's a beautiful thing.
I haven't posted in a while and I have managed to write two new posts in two days. I think it only makes sense to end this post in a random sweet way.... I am listening to Elton John's "Your Song" and it is one of the very few songs that really sticks out to me that we played in the hospital room after Brynn was born. And I just love hearing "... I hope you don't mind, that I put down in to words, how wonderful life is... now that your in the world". I love it.