Today is my 30th birthday.
Unforeseeably, I never imagined that I would feel more 13 today than I did when I was 13. The thing about it all is that I feel happy like a kid, free like a kid, as magical as a kid, without all the pre-puberty problems of acne, awkwardness, lack of funds, no drivers license, no reason and no experience. Though I’m thirty now, I still get crazy pre-work nerves and bad PMS.
So, some things don’t change. But, now, I have all the magical wonders of womanhood I always dreamed of with all the means to enjoy it and the power to express myself. The adorable movie, 13 Going On 30, starring Jennifer Garner, illustrates it best.
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