27

I just about an hour, I will officially be 27.

Somehow, 27 seems much, much older than did 26—it’s that much closer to 30 (which, thanks to Lindsay, I am totally looking forward to!)—but it’s not really.

It’s been a bit of a crazy year: I went from doing well to a crazy flare and back again; I went from hating my job and actively looking for something else to getting promoted and turning down other opportunities; the mister and I celebrated three years of marriage; and I’m coming up on about 13 or so years with psoriasis and 7 years with psoriatic arthritis.

Today, though, I’m not thinking about any of that. I’m just enjoying time with the mister and my in-laws, getting a mani-pedi and some Starbucks (my relaxation fix of choice) and being grateful that I’m alive and in relatively good health.

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10 thoughts on “27

  1. Happy Birthday! How lucky you are to be happily married and employed. 27 is still young, you lucky thing. 🙂

  2. Happy Birthday! Hope it was a wonderful day for you! May this year be incredibly blessed for you and yours. I’m grateful for you–my fellow psoriatic arthritis sister– and your fabulous blog. I think this calls for a little Mod Cloth shopping!!!

  3. 27 felt like a big birthday for me, too. It’s officially your “late twenties”!

    Happy birthday – I hope it’s a great one, with lots of cake!

  4. happy belated! i thought of you today, because i know your birthday’s close to harry potter’s and i’m a nerd that way. glad i can still keep up with you via blog.

    you’re amazing! i’m so glad we know each other!

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