Sometimes, I wonder what is it like when I'm 60

I do wonder because my dad had a great 60th birthday.

My mum helped to organise this wonderful party for him. She asked my dad to organise a dinner for a friend of his. So, my dad booked tables and made up the orders - so that he cannot complain the food.

He didn't know we organise this to celebrate his birthday until his friends came and congrats him.

I gave a little speech (though maybe no one was listening), and hand over 2 bunches of flowers to his friends' wife, 1 bunch to my dear aunt, and then my bro gave 1 present to another aunt to thank for her work at the restaurant, and finally, I gave the birthday present to my dad - it's a little gold statue which looks quite good. I'm sure he had enough "face" to see all the family of his brothers ( 4 of them) and sisters (2 of them).

When we present the cake and ask him to blow the candle, he was very happy and look like a child. Jumping and cheering. I nearly cry with my happy tears to see this moment.

It was the first time I present my girlfriend to my relatives and my parents should be very happy as both of their children (me and my bro) have a stable girlfriend to accompany with during the party.

I couldn't be happier to know everything went so smooth and I'm surprise to see the bill of the party is so cheap (about 10 times less than I expected).

Thank God that he gave me such a great family to raise from and to live with. I really can't wait to see my 60th birthday.
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