Turning 21 should be something to celebrate however, it was not the case. It's such a landmark age but yet it does not live up it the hype. I mean if you live somewhere else outside the U.S then you were probably legal a long time ago between ages 16-18. Regardless, it is a birthday and it should be celebrated, right? Wrong. I cannot speak for everybody, but I can say how I feel. I don't know I always seem to get to get extra nostalgic on my birthday. Almost as if all I want to do is sit on my bed and cry and reflect on how much life changes within one year. Friends you used to talk to are no longer there, new job, new goals, same drama and the list goes on. I've always had this feeling of not being important to people which is why I avoid my birthday. People time and time again disappoint me so I'll stay home that day. Plus who wants to celebrate being a year older and a year closer to death? Ha-ha.
Anyaways no need to bum anyone out. Celebrate. Go out. Life only comes once and then you vanish for an eternity. Live your life and remind those close to you that you love them. Leave a mark in people's lives and you will live forever. Now, go have a beer. (Unless your underage).