I hate counting ages, but I have to.
Without further ado, Happy Birthday me.
Technically, one of the advantages of being born in a country whose time zone is several hours from the time zone you’re living in is that you get to celebrate your birthday for two days. In this case, as of October 13 at 9:00 a.m. PST, the Philippines is already celebrating my birthday. It’s October 14 at 1:14 am PST now as I’m writing this entry. Birthday Part 2 begins right here.
So, what am I going to do for my birthday today? Well, for one thing, my sister from SacTown will be coming home— for good. She finally got a new job closer to home and she admitted that while being in her previous job was a ride, she really never got herself adapted to Sacramento. With her beau already found a new job back here in the Bay Area she knew she just had to try her luck and find her way back home and find a job so she can be closer to the family, to all her old friends, and of course, to her dear love.
We may probably go out to some restaurant during lunchtime or something like that, although I have a feeling that we may be doing a joint party celebration again with relatives and friends since my brother’s birthday is only five days from mine. In fact, there’s plenty of October birthdays amongst the people my family and I are close with so all the more we do multiple celebrations. How crazy is that?
As for gifts? Well, my birthday wishes are pretty much close to impossible, but I still continue to wish anyway. More prosperity for me in the near future because I’m seriously falling flat broke gradually now. Poor me.
And that’s it! Tomorrow would be the start of my Intro to Computer Science class taught by Harvard through edX. I’m still not finished with my Copyediting and Proofreading class, and I just barely started with my Intro to Logic class taught by Stanford through Coursera. Yes indeed.