How do you say goodbye to your beloved teenage years?
I didn’t know what to do with myself, but luckily Moon did. With only a few hours left to go before I turned the big two zero, Moon got me kisses from all of the non sleeping students in the JC.
It all started on the stairs when a few girlies were asking some lovely young men to give me a birthday kiss on the cheek. My cool home teacher, Jacob, was first. Then Stephen Wilkinson was lucky number two. After that came Steve Marcum and Jacob Curtis. Then we finally got Shelby to do it. Then came the blindfolding, and along with that came 50ish more birthday kisses. I had to guess who everyone was that I got fun birthday kisses from and I owe them all a big shukran and mahalo for all of the loves. Thanks especially to Moon, who gave me a very very good aurevoir to the pre adult era.
I still don’t know if I completely consider myself an adult though. Who knows how old I’ll be before that happens. I hope it never does. Child for life, that’s the way to do it.
I’m so excited for the lovely twenties though. So many good things to look forward to. This life really is the best. It has definitely been the best for me, and only more good to come.
I won’t call myself a adult yet till I turn 21. wahahala! I call twenty a layover time, a buffer for myself to adjust.