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2 more for the list...

62. I only have to run the dishwasher a couple of times a week 63. Knowing I have many more First Kisses to look forward to!

Updated List...

Things Great About Being Single When You’re 30… 1. I don’t have to entertain my in-laws. 2. I don’t have to watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse sixteen times a day 3. There are never any unexpected messes in my house 4. I can go wherever I want whenever I want and stay however long I want (and not just on vacations—for dinner, to shop, after school…) 5. I never have to get up in the middle of the night 6. I can lay diagonally on my bed 7. Spontaneous trips 8. There are no car seats crowding my backseat 9. I can lay on my couch in my PJ’s all day and not feel bad about it 10. I don’t have to pretend to like soccer because my kids play 11. My toilet seat is always down. 12. No learned helplessness (I can hang curtains, paint a room, fix a leaky pipe) 13. Shopping alone 14. I can “run in” somewhere in less than 5 minutes 15. It only takes me 30 minutes to get ready 16. I never have to have sex if I don’t want to 17. When I finish my laundry, the hampers are empty 18. I do laundry once a week, an


I have over 60 things on my list now! :)  I'll post the updates later!

A New Decade is Here

So I am officially 30 years old, and you know what? It feels great!  I honestly have the best group of friends a girl could ask for!  On the big day, we had big plans to go to a new piano bar in Lexington.  The girls had Bunko until 9, so the guys went early to reserve a table.  Somewhere during the course of the night, I got a stomach bug (I know, I know, on my birthday!!!  How much does that suck?) and we had to cancel at the last minute.  Everyone went home with the hopes we'd reschedule soon.   What is so great about that? you may ask.  Well, all I can say is that I guess a little bit of the old me had resurfaced and thought they'd just go out without me.  Autumn asked, "Did you really think we'd have your birthday celebration while you were home sick?"  It's a ridiculous thought, I know, but I think that maybe, just maybe, on my 30th birthday, God gave me the gift of letting me know just how great my friends are.