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PANDAQUEEN
6th Oct 2015, 7:52 AM
As the days are drawing closer to my birthday, I feel somewhat wistful. Vincent has been supportive, so have my parents and even my cats have upped the bunting headbutts.

It's only been 5 days since the month began and I feel beat up.

HarVee
6th Oct 2015, 2:06 PM
Well don't feel beat up about your birthday, this is a time to be celebrating your birth not butting heads. Not that it matters, but I'd like to wish you happy (early) birthday.

SimLaReine
6th Oct 2015, 10:39 PM
Just had mine,
WORST EVER

hope yours is better !


:lovestruc :lovestruc :lovestruc

HCAC
7th Oct 2015, 1:57 AM
You've made it another year. People care for you. Even if you have issues (I'm not sure what you may be unhappy about specifically) just beating the odds makes you special. Try to enjoy it.

SuperSimoholic
7th Oct 2015, 7:48 PM
For me every birthday is a reminder that I still haven't gotten better at eating, I'm still mentally unwell, I'm also still physically unwell, I'm still to emotionally stunted to tell my rapidly aging grandmother (who raised me, so is basically my mother) that I love her, I'm still childless because I refuse to become pregnant with my body in the state it's in...

It reminds me that I've wasted another year of my life doing nothing that will make me happier or healthier. I still can't get over turning 23. 23!! I'm almost in my mid 20s, yet most of the time I still feel 15. (not physically. Physically I feel about 80...)

maxon
7th Oct 2015, 8:14 PM
Oh I stopped all that nonsense a while ago. As you get older, it gets less important. Till you're over 90, then it's something to boast about.

PANDAQUEEN
8th Oct 2015, 1:31 AM
You've made it another year. People care for you. Even if you have issues (I'm not sure what you may be unhappy about specifically) just beating the odds makes you special. Try to enjoy it.

It's my creative slump. Even if I make an artistic expression, I give up after one or two drawings, or if the fridge is full when attempting to make gummis, or even doll making seems pointless when you have 8-9 bags full of long nylon hair in rainbow haircolors and you lack the proper tools to implant the hair, glue it in place and do all kinds of customization and this agony goes on for days. I have become a regular on the help hotline. I am in a position where I want to build a portfolio, but I have no accumulated works.