Celebrate

celebrating  present participle of cel·e·brate (Verb)

Verb
  1. Mark (a significant or happy day or event), typically with a social gathering: “his parents threw a party to celebrate his graduation”.
  2. Do something enjoyable to mark such an occasion: “she celebrated with a glass of champagne”.

 

Hello my readers,

 

It’s saturday and usually I would be out with my friends going for a drink or two, but today I went another route and I am enjoying my time with my

boyfriend. I tagged along to accompanied him at work, since in 7 days he leaves for two months to go on tour.

It’s important to live life in the present moment, and let go of our past and not worry so much about the future. So  today I decided that I would add another sentence to the definition of CELEBRATE, 3. Celebrating your present moment making significant and happy. ( add champagne as desired) 🙂

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