Thirty Days Years of Night Life

Me and a happy guy at Silver Dollar City Yesterday I turned 30.

Today I don’t feel any different than before. Sure everyone keeps telling me one of two things – that your 30s are the best OR that I’m old balls now. Whichever camp you’re in, I think it’s more of a mindset than anything else.

When I was turning 25, I read some article that spoke about being at the height of your career at age 29. At that moment, I felt like I needed to scramble and accomplish as many things as I could before turning 29. It’s no secret that I really didn’t accomplish a whole lot of things and I still have plenty of room to grow in my career. I don’t think that 29 is the magic number anymore, it’s just a mindset.

To celebrate my 30th in style, I headed down to Branson, Mo., over the weekend to meet up with 13 friends at Silver Dollar City. We had a blast. It’s not the greatest amusement park in the United States, but when you’re in a large group of friends that genuinely enjoy hanging out with one another, some great moments are had.

Then yesterday, after work, all of my local friends came out to Harry’s Country Club for some adult beverages. I didn’t last the entire night, but I really enjoyed everyone’s company and assistance with ushering me into my 30s.

Thanks to everyone who wished me happy birthdays. If I had a giant bubble to put over the past three days and keep forever, I would.

+ original post date: July 16, 2007 02:18 PM
+ categories: All About Seth, F-Town, Family/Friends, KC


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Seth, 30 sounds pretty good for you. Silver Dollar City can be tons of fun with the right friends.

+ author: Jason
+ posted: July 17, 2007 02:28 PM

A fanny pack? Wow, you are getting old.

+ author: Joe
+ posted: July 18, 2007 09:27 AM

In addition to the fanny pack, why are you sealed in saran wrap?

+ author: ScooterJ
+ posted: July 19, 2007 04:49 PM

We were going on the water ride so I put the poncho (that was in my fanny pack) on to repel all of the water. The 300, or so, people that saw me thought I was either an idiot, or a genius.

+ author: seth
+ posted: July 19, 2007 04:52 PM

The American Plunge? Best log ride ever in my opinion.

+ author: ScooterJ
+ posted: July 20, 2007 12:09 PM

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