Oh, darling, don't you ever grow up, don't you ever grow up
It could stay this simple
It Happens to everyone, birthdays come once a day every year. When we were five years old you waited the whole year for your birthday, you have a party with all your friends, family at Chuckie Cheese, ice skating rink, or the park. A table is filled with boxes wrapped up in cool wrapping paper and your peeking to figure out whats inside, seeing if its the brand new toy you want. You blow out the number of candles that symbolize how old you are turning. Unfourtanely that feeling somehow slowly fades away. Birthdays become just another day, don't get me wrong, I wait all year for my birthday and I can hardly sleep that night before but its not the same anymore like it was when I was five. I celebrated my 18th birthday when my family and the ones who love me the most and I am having a birthday party next week, but its not the same anymore. I usually have a feeling of what I want, like money, now instead of ripping of the wrapping paper I find myself reading cards instead. Don't get me wrong I love money, but the excitement that you don't know what you were getting is what I miss.