Today my good friend Robert turns 50. I can remember when 50 sounded old. Near retirement, aging. It's funny how time shifts perspective. Now I see 50 as an achievement. People who are 50 are street smart and clear about what they like and don't like. Most importantly, finished with the game playing that tends to accompany us through our 20's and into our 30's.
He's having a party tonight. Not a birthday party, but a party on his birthday. In preparation, I'm heading to the salon to have highlights put in my hair. I love going to see Peter (stylist). I will walk out looking like a rock star.
I have to finish reading my assignments for this blogging course I'm taking, so am hoping to continue to fine tune the lay out of the pages and care for the important details that will make this venture successful. I don't mean financially successful, I simply mean intrinsically.
If my hair is a winner, I'll post a picture. It is like Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day here in the NYC area.