Saturday, November 27, 2010

Halfway to 50

Now that I am 25...
...a quarter of a century...
or the best...halfway to 50 (courtesy of my little brother)...

I am feeling like I am officially old enough to be married, have a house and start having babies! I don't know what it is about twenty-five, but it sounds a heck of a lot more mature than 24! I have successfully completed the married part with flying colors...10 months! Woot Woot! But the babies and owning a house...yea they are going to have to wait until after graduate school and the navy.
So turning 25...it was pretty amazing! I was thrown a surprise Mexican themed birthday party complete with homemade buttercream cupcakes, the sweetest of new found friends and a wonderful shot of tequila...eek!

GREEN Buttercream cupcakes! Yum!

The Surprisers!!

The Oh So Classy Bathroom Group Shot! :)

The Amazing Party Planner! It was my first surprise party ever!!

Thanks Sweetie!

Keeping it classy! It was the worst shot ever

Every now and then a girl needs to have some fun, toss the books to the side, have a few drinks and dance! That is exactly what happened and I was happy!
And a little belated birthday love...

I GOT A CAMERA!
My husband is the best! Eeek! I love it!

All Smiles & Sassiness!


Much love.

5 comments:

  1. Loving it all, my dear: the new background, the new photo... THAT NEW CAMERA! But, uh... I don't think I like the "halfway to 50" expression. That stuff's for the birds.

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  2. yay for the camera and babies in the future! :)

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  3. Kara Darling, Halfway to 50 is a bit more original than the other sayings, so I went with it! Plus, it was a memorable expression out of my brother's mouth, so I decided to honor him by making it the title of my post! Oh and Thanks! I am thinking about changing the words to be in red and white! Thoughts?

    Marjorie - Yay! I do think that I will finish graduate school first though, so in a year or so I will probably be expecting (and hopefully much better with my camera)!!

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  4. I'm sure the expression was memorable and more original than the "quarter of a century old" comments, but it still freaks me out to think that we're halfway to 50. I mean, the first 25 years really seemed to fly. I assume the next 25 years will be no different... and I intend to stay young and fabulous forever, thankyouverymuch.

    I think the words would look lovely in red and white, but I see no problem with them as is, either. Whatever suits your fancy!

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  5. We will be fabulous forever! My mom (56) got called "sexy" last night! She just laughed, but apparently she's still got it! I think we will manage just fine! Heck, I like myself more and more with each passing day, I can't imagine how much I'll love myself when I am 50! hehe!

    Thanks! I think I am going to try the candy cane look for the holidays!!

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