So…I’m officially 21 now! Time’s really flying by, isn’t it? 😉 It feels so exiting as well as terrifying! Well, I’ll think about that tomorrow, the day’s over for me now (26th Sep) as it’s already past midnight here.
I totally had an awsome birthday this year! I didn’t celebrate the last 2-3 years but this time my mom was firm on the decesion that she was going to celebrate no matter what. And I was super happy!
I started my morning by watching The Scorch Trials in the theatre. The film was ASDFLKHFHDFG AWSOOOOME!! I heard that it had quite differed from the book but nonetheless it was enjoyable amd entertaining. And hell it was. I was thinking okay, I can breath now and then BOOM! another explosive scene was thrown in the way. And can we talk about Dylan O’Brien, oh I just looooove him! *swoons all over again* This is the first time my parents allowed to me to go to the movies all alone, I don’t have any friends here who enjoy these kind of movies and frankly, my parents don’t like these kind either. So I was left alone, but I’m glad I got to spend some quality time with Dylan *coughs* I mean Thomas alone. 😛
I had a small celebration. In the evening my friend, Riya came along with her family. She got me this awsome hand drawn card and a framed picture of us (the right one is me looking all weird and silly!). Looking at this picture always makes me smile, we had an awsome time that day, we were laughing and talking and I was clicking random shots and some were pretty hilarious! I’m glad one of the moment is captured and framed forever. Her dad is an executive chef, so the yummilicious birthday cake was exclusively from them. It was sooo heavenly tasty! 🙂
Two of my neighbours also came and they gifted me this beautiful vase. And my parents gifted me a beautiful dress which I wore in the evening along with two books! (listed below)
Book buys from July – September!
- Love Rosie by Cecelia Ahern
- Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
- The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski
- The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski
- The Elite by Kiera Cass
- The One by Kiera Cass
- Prodigy by Marie Lu
- Champion by Marie Lu
- World After by Susan Ee
- A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
- The Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
- Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling
- Selected Stories by Oscar Wilde
My parents gifted me Prodigy and Champion by Marie Lu. And the last 4 books are actually the gifts from college for my result in first year. I’m excluding the ebooks from this list because it’s really too many, so I’m gonna do a seperate post for that later. 🙂
So I’m gonna wrap up now. Hopefully you guys had an awsome day as well! Good night and stay bookish. ❤