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kYmberly Keeton; Turning Thirty-Five Years Young…

August 20, 2011 by  
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(ThyBlackMan.com)  It seems like 35 is going to be a breeze. I have three weeks and some change before the mid-point of my thirties is in transition. I am at peace with a lot in my life too. I am in love with music. I am in love with experiences. I am in love with people. I have walked into a new feeling in my life that I dig. I think it is always good to turn things off, blast your favorite music, and fall in love with life. Have you ever felt that way? My music-mix to take me out for this hot season is entitled: Summer Monday! The shake-up is here.

I have always been a conservative person, who had to do things a certain way, and everything had to be in its place. I am still that way to a certain degree, but  now I realize I have loosened up a bit. I want to have fun. I want to wear my high heels, and dance. Fast forward, I played that scene out two days ago. I can’t go into details about the event. However, I can say that I will never forget it. It was fun. A short-story is in the works for the specific moment. I had to move back from the feeling, calm myself down and the repercussions of the experience too. I tend to do things like that if I don’t understand what is going on—even if it is fun. I had a conversation with a friend today about relationships and commitment.

I believe that relationships are important. I think that it is cool to have a few friends that you want to get to know. I also believe you have to have boundaries. I have never been the type of person to talk to more than one individual. Now, I think that it is important to have choices in your pockets. I don’t believe that you have to sell yourself short. There is nothing wrong with dating. There is nothing wrong with wanting to get to know an individual before you step into something that could be dangerous. I know that I see what I want in life when it is time for a relationship. I have always been a simple person.

I believe that thirty-five is going to be a number that carries me into my forties. I am thinking that far out. I see this point in my life as a time when my body is saying some things, and my mind is saying some things. I am listening to it all. I want to conquer a lot in regard to my weight. I like being thick [and the dudes love it too], but there is a weigh that I think I can be at for the rest of my life—if I work at it. In regard to fashion, I have that on lockdown!  I do want to express myself in the shoe area more. My collection is going to be stellar. I finally cleaned out my closet and it looks fabulous. A lot has changed about me.

I have surpassed the age of 25 and now looking back at ten years; I am definitely not the same woman. I am all grown up, educated, independent, and love my brown skin. I have no problem with saying what I want, when I want it, and how I am going to get it. I think that is the best thing about the thirties era, you realize–you got that soflynmythirties syndrome. You have to keep it real with everyone and everything! Vividly, I still see the Atlantic, Ocean…I sat in front of her at the age of 30 in Ghana,West Africa.

Moving along, I am now ready for Paris,France.

Staff Writer; kYmberly Keeton

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3 Responses to “kYmberly Keeton; Turning Thirty-Five Years Young…”
  1. hoodgirl says:

    U go girl, I agree with Eleanie, it only gets better!

  2. Eleanie says:

    I’m 44 and it only gets better. If you keep your positive mindset you will only become greater than what you are now. Trust me. I love my 40s!

  3. lovely80 says:

    Exciting article! Life is good for you. Thanks for this manual; you need to be writing a book about your thirties.

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