Today is my birthday. I try to keep it to myself especially as this year I am hitting the big 3 0.

My sister bought me a bottle of Jack Daniels and a t-shirt where it lights up a small piece of plasic that you can write on like a walking blackboard. Her boy Jack also made me a card which I thought was very nice.

Reiss wanted me to come out and have a couple of beers wih him and his girlfriend, and I did want to, but I was knackered from work and decided to take a rain cheque. That is a weird expession, what exactly is a rain cheque?

I’ll go out with him tomorrow and have a few beers.

Work is going well although I am now doing the proper lists I am finding the phoning part quite difficult, especially when I have to phone places like Russia or Norway who don’t speak English.

Turning 30 isn’t so frightening.


I am running the 2018 London Marathon to raise money for Livability UK in memory of my dad. If you can I'd appreciate any donation you can spare.
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2 thoughts on “Turning 30

  1. I remember when I turned 30. I cried first thing in the morning ‘cos I was happy to be alive. Then I cried last thing at night thinking ‘where has all the time gone?’

    We all have to be born some time, so 30 is really just a technicality. Live life well, then age won’t really matter. (p.s.: I’m super-duper allergic to my own advice 🙂 )

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  2. To be honest I never actually thought I would live to see 30. I’d done so much drugs and alcohol as an angry rebelling teen that I thought my body would implode as my body clock turned 30!

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