We had a whirlwind trip to Victoria this past weekend. It was my cousin Sara's 30th birthday, and her son's 2nd birthday, so we hopped on the ferry and got ready to celebrate! Victoria is beautiful, and we always have a great time with family over there. We had a kids' birthday party Saturday morning, and a family and friends dinner at Boston Pizza that night, and then the adults went out for drinks at 10:30 (until the wee hours...). It was an action packed day! The big 3-0 birthday is a strange milestone everyone seems to have trouble with. I won't know for another year :) From what I can discern, your twenties is all about establishing: friends, education, career, family, and your thirties is all about building on and enjoying what you've established. Thirties sound better when you put them like that. I have noticed some strange things, though; we are now too old for clubs. Like, really too old, not just "grown out of that stage" like we were at about 25ish. Thirty year olds in clubs are kind of couger/mantherish, and definately irrelevant. Irrelevant is something I feel rather often in the presence of twentysomethingers lately. I guess if you're not on the meat market you're not relevant. Who wants to be relevant anyways?
At any rate, we had a great weekend. Hooray for the sunshine! I forgot my camera in Victoria so it will be awhile before I can post recent pix! Here are some from this past month.
This is our jumper!