I just recently turned 30. For most people that is the end of their youth or their party years. If you ask Xavier, I am now an adult. If I am now an adult how come I have been paying a mortgage for seven years, have medical bills up to my eye balls, and have an eight year old?
I am looking forward to seeing what I am going to find in my 30’s…perhaps they will find a way to make my nerves communicate with my brain properly. Perhaps my son will become neat and clean ( a mother can dream), or maybe I will drop my past and realize that the future can be bright. I have so much I would love to do if I am healthy enough, travel to Europe, see Uganda, meet the people that I regularly help serve in my missions work in Haiti and Mexico.
I don’t know what my 30’s hold but I can tell you one thing if they are anything like my 20’s they will not be boring.