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( Thanks to Erick for all the help with these photos )

Yesterday, I turned twenty four.  TWENTY FOUR.  I can't even believe it sometimes.

I'm not even a quarter way through with my life and I've already knocked out the hard stuff- marriage, babies, jumping in the air, cooking a proper Indian meal... you know!  But really, I just wanted to stop in and let you all know that even through all of this, I still feel so young and it's amazing.  I was talking with a friend over drinks about reaching that "scary age" that we all freak out about, but I kind of laughed to myself thinking, "growing up doesn't have to be scary".  In fact, I think growing up is kind of fun!

I hope to do a lot of great things this year, but also remember to take the time to be silly, shoot people in the face with confetti, or sit and watch a giant cloud of balloons rise up into the infinite blue sky.  To stay crazy.


  1. You are beautiful. Heres to another year!

  2. Happy Birthday!! Love the pictures! and I agree with you getting older is sorda fun!

  3. Happy day to you! Staying crazy sounds excellent. Kellie xx

  4. Yay!! I love this so much... especially the confetti shoe shot and that super fun GIF. Hope you had a wonderful Birthday! :)

  5. That GIF is absolutely adorbz! I have an adorbz bestie. haha

  6. Oh, 24 is a great year! Make the best of it! Cheers!

  7. We are the same age! You have achieved oh so much in your 25 years! I turn 25 in a couple of weeks, a milestone that scares me a little! xo


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