Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Birthday Thoughts

Twenty-five. I used to think that sounded so old. I dreaded turning 21 and definately 22 (21 seemed like the oldest-young age) but definately dreaded 25. But you know, it isn't so bad. It seems appropriate to be married and 25 and most importantly, a 25 year old dentist seems much more appropriate than a 24 year old dentist.

I hopefully aced my periodontology test yesterday as a birthday present to myself. I checked out of my pros unit (officially done). Abe and I went to eat at Atlas, a nice restaurant in town with his family. I received some adorable headbands Amber made, nice professional clothes (very 25 appropriate) from the Sheffields, and Abe gave me a Law and Order:SVU DVD series and a beautiful pearl necklace set. I've been wanting one of those for a long time. All in all, a pretty good day.

2 more days before I am a senior dental student. Too bad I am so tired of studying for my 2 more tests...

Amber posted some funny baby pics of us on her blog. Funny to see where you've come in 25 years. www.ambersonlinejournal.blogspot.com.

*I think this template works a lot better*


Caitlyn said...

nice template ;)
I'm still trying to figure out what background you new one should have x)

happy birthday

Erin said...

Thanks. Maybe teeth Abe suggested.

Abby said...

Happy happy birthday (a little late!). I thought 21 sounded like the oldest young age too, but 22 isn't so bad...and 25 is a good age for a married dentist for sure:) Atlas is yummy; wish I could've been there!

shawn said...

AAHH to be 25 again.. My god, I have been a hygienist longer than you have been alive.
I hope that you did well on your test! How did well with the implant case too! I know that can be tough. Along with all the other stuff..
Happy belated b'day

Caitlyn said...

I thought of teeth, but dont you think that'd be weird? xD

MrColtonJackson said...

im diggin the fishy template! happy birthday a couple days ago. I don't know why, but knowing your 25 makes me feel older.