- having a "lady appointment" as soon as you get the reminder
- going to the dentist every year for a check up.
- putting your car in for a service every 10 000kms. ( mine generally needs some love quite regularly but sometimes I am good!)
ET - Drew Barrymore is now 36
I am reminded of my grown- upness by our family friends- now in their late teens and early 20's who were kids or babies when I met their parents, who are now living in faraway lands and they are being grown up. The kids I use to babysit now finishing uni...
Yesterday Chef was talking to the new work experience girl at his work and she new some friends of ours and said she was friends with there son she asked chef how long he had known them and he said "I use to feed him dates when he was in nappies" ( Chef worked in their cafe is Sydney) she gasped "but he is as old as me."
I don't think I feel any older than I did at say 27- but seeing those around me age makes me realise I am getting older. See Busy get bigger everyday makes me feel grown up. Seeing her want to be like me makes me realise I am teaching her how to be a woman and that scares me to death sometimes.
What makes you feel grown up?
When do you notice it?