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I am 40.

40

I’m not sure why exactly they call it “The Big Four Oh.” It is startlingly common to hear it called that. My mom, my mother-in-law. Maybe everyone calls it that. I don’t remember 30 being called “The Big Three Oh” though.

I’m not sure what I think about turning 40 yet. I feel pretty good. Imperfect, moving forward me. Yo holmes, onward.

Previous birthdays mentioned on the blog: 31, 32, 33 (wherein I was recovering from dental surgery and leah was taking wonderful care of me, a habit she has continued!), 34 (it was National Corndog Day. And it is again.). In 2005 I didn’t have a birthday. 36, 37, 38, 39.

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(Saturday March 20th 2010 at 12:28am)

Comments: 9

Grizellio, I’m sure I might not know what an “age of certainty” is. And thanks!

I read in Car Styling magazine once that in Japan, 40 is “the age of certainty,” but I’m not sure what that means. Anyhow, Happy Birthday!

Thanks LoriHC. Down with ageism!

On the upside, now I get magazines like this targeted at me:

Now i am in this demographic

🙂

Happy belated birthday! I still marvel sometimes that I’m 41, though I only really feel old when those “Top 40 Under 40” lists come out, and I realize I’m ineligible not only for my lack of ideas, but for my age. 🙂

Thanks MAS and Jenn! So far, great, mellow day.

sheeesh. it’s about time! the forties are great. except the creaking. I know I feel wiser, yet still young enough to enjoy things. Happy Birthday! treat yourself well, my friend.

Welcome to the party!

Let me be the first to welcome you into your 40s! It’s not so bad, really 🙂

have a great day! Happy Birthday!

xoxoxo

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