Sad Birthday


I stopped having a birthday party at 20… because I didn’t know how to host a fun party. I never have been a party girl at all! On one event, I remember that I wanted to have a nice birthday lunch with my friends at a Japanese buffet in my local. So, I sent the invitation via Facebook to my selected friends. It was settled on my actual birthday, December 25. When my birthday was coming closer, I  checked on my FB event, and no one had replied… not one person. I thought few of my friends would come eventually on my birthday day. I decided to wait for that day. Finally, my special day had arrived, and I showed up at the buffet before 11 in morning that the restaurant was opened at that hour. I waited for my friends to appear up that I hoped for. Know what happened? None of them actually showed up. I was sad, of course. I decided to give them some more time like 30 to 60 minutes. Still not showed up. Then, I gave up and went home. I was unhappy and lonely all the day. I don’t like to postpone or put back between my birthday. I want to have a birthday party on my real birthday day! Postponing or putting back the birthday, I feel like my birthday isn’t arriving yet or I miss mine in passing. Nah! Sure, I am fully aware that having a birthday on a holiday is hardest to host. I hate mine, sometimes.

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