April 2007

21 years ago today...

April 9, 2007 15:01

21 years ago today, I was born, In the Queen Victoria Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

Yes, I'm 21 now. I think that means that I can legally drink when I go to the USA. Which I guess is a nice thing to know. Though you won't catch me drinking Bud...

I'm having a party on Friday, with the theme "Embrace the inner Geek" - dressing as anything geeky. I'm going costume shopping today, see what I can find. I am thinking of possibly a Violin playing Darth Vader:

But we'll see what I can find.

My present from my parents is a Flight over to Melbourne to see my birthplace (I left when I was 4, and haven't been back since). That'll happen later in the year (Probably June 8-11), and I'm looking forward to it.

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