Friday, July 31, 2009

Friggin' July

Do you too get the feeling that July is simply dragging on? I’m dying for it to get over but it just refuses to!

The strange part is that I don’t even know what I’m looking forward to!

August? Nope, nothing special happening in August. Neither in September or October or November. And I’m definitely not looking forward to next year. That’s the year I turn 30 and have to start popping multi-vitamins, getting moisturizing fruit facials & using anti-wrinkle creams!

Gaaaaaaaaaaah!! I’ll be yearning to get out of next year as well, except it’s only going to get worse thereon.

Maybe I’m just looking forward to winters & Christmas? Such a nice comforting thought. Give me anything but July!

P.S.: Did you know that the month of July was named after Julius Ceaser? This was the month he was born in. Before that it was called 'Quintilis' (Latin) as it was the fifth month of the year in the ancient Roman calendar, before January became the first month of the calendar year. Some trivia about friggin' July, I tell you.

P.S.2: Wikipedia rocks!!


Moonshine said...

Arrrrrrrrrrrgggggggghhhhhh...... dont you talk about being 30 in that way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Being 30 is as chilled as 29! And no i have not started using anti wrinkle.. or any of the products you talked about!!!! lol

Though in MR parlance, you will in the next age group altogether.. 30-35 yrs one!! :)

Scarlett said...

It is! It is! Turning 30 is horrible!!!!!!!!

BTW, it's recommended that women start using anti-ageing products once they hit 25-26. It helps delay the onset of wrinkles, and is supposed to be more effective than trying to get rid of wrinkles once they have already appeared.

And in MR, most analysis is done for people under 30 & over 30 :(((

Moonshine said...

It is not horrible!!! Look at me!!! I am 30!!! And i am enjoying life!!!

Scarlett said...

@Moonshine - Did you never have "Oh God, I'm 30!!!" panic attacks in the days leading up to your 30th birthday?

I guess you're fine once you've turned 30 but the weeks/months leading up to it must be harrowing.