I have a decennial birthday coming up in late summer. The last time I passed a decennial birthday I was in Chicago speaking at a conference and went out to dinner at a nice french restaurant with a group of professional friends. For this one I am trying to make plans. At my age there will only be another 1-3 of these events (I will be very upset if I live to be 100.) Should I?
- Ignore the birthday and hope no one notices?
- Throw a party?
- Plan a special trip (there are two states I have not been to)?
- Leave the plans up to my dear Hubby?
- Treat it like any other birthday?
Do not ignore it nor treat it like any other birthday. Get Hubby to throw a party for you.ReplyDelete
spouse and I would come to your milestone birthday party! let's see what your sweet bear has in mind!ReplyDelete
We only celebrate our wedding anniversaries in this household. I also had to look up the word decennial. My brain has been atrophying since I stopped working crossword puzzles. Anyway, at 61, we do special things every five years, mostly cruises.ReplyDelete
You do enjoy travelling so a trip may be nice. Of course, that depends on what two states you haven't been to. My back=up state is always Hawaii :)
Generally I celebrate with friends my birthday with small intimate dinners out, and mu Mother always sends a check which says go buy some happy. The only big birthday I have had was forty and that was a big party. So yes...if you have a special one coming up...either let hubby plan a blow out or have one at least.ReplyDelete
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