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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Today's Writing Prompt: Double digit

My son is about to turn that corner where he goes from single digit age to double. How does your double digit effect you?

5 comments:

june calender said...

I've reached an age when I celebrate both the Big-Os and the Big-5s. This year is a 5, I'll take a special trip with my two daughters, who live on opposite coasts. We aren't able to get together very often so this is a special time.

AriadneAranea said...

My post - http://ariadnearanea.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/double-digits/

McGuffy Ann said...

I hate math, but think numbers can have significance. When I turned ten, it was a big deal, and certain milestones have been, as well. But as I get older, now it is all a blur.

Carla Hurst-Chandler said...

10 was cake and ice cream and sleepovers and fun...

20 was exciting and daring...trying everything...

30 was new motherhood...and marriage...and flowers and hearts...and love....

40 was fabulous...and sexy and scandalous at times...a first tattoo at 45...love and a fair amount of lust...

50 was amazing...and full of love....and grandchildren...and new directions and wonderful discoveries...trying it all...


Double digits just get better and better :)

Carrie said...

10- 15 Awkward Years

16-18 Self Identity crisis looms

19-24 Identity lost

25-33 Take Charge years

33-40 Letting go & self acceptance