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I woke up this morning feeling no different than 10 years ago, only worlds wiser. The sound of a babbling little girl woke me from my deep sleep. Instead of stumbling out of bed and racing to my smiley little girl, my normal reaction to her calls, I looked up to the ceiling for a minute. I stretched my arms above my head and reached my toes to the foot of the bed while taking a deep breath. 

And I saw this little girl handing me a bouquet of roses. 
Wow, I'm 30.
How will I embrace this day? This year.
And I smiled. 
To be honest, I've always dreaded turning 30 for some reason. I feel like when you're in your 20's the world is your oyster-your opportunities are endless and the rest of your life is ahead of you. But in the last few months I've come to realize that life doesn't stop when you turn 30. It is only just beginning, and I have a lot more to accomplished. 
I am SO excited to be 30. I truly have a feeling that 30 is going to be a year of change for me. I'm not entirely sure in what ways, but I know that I will be going out my 30s with a BANG! yehee :)

A big-three-oh shout out to me! 

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