Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Almost 18 :)

My 18th birthday is in one week (3/3)! I am BEYOND excited to be legal!!!!

To celebrate, I'm getting my belly button and sternum (vertical) pierced, and then going to Taco Bell for some delicious vegan tacos with my best friends. My mom is also going to bake me a vegan cake. I'm still trying to pick a flavor, but I'm strongly leaning toward the German Chocolate from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World (my favorite cookbook in the universe!)

I already know one of my gifts. Its a 2-day vacation to Montréal with my mom to see Nickelback, Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown, and Sick Puppies at the Bell Centre, then clubbing (18 is the drinking age there) and shopping in Montréal. In case you didn't already know, Montréal has a 5 kilometer underground shopping center. I'm looking forward to picking up some of the latest fashions there (vegan, of course). Montréal is known for having lots of pleather in every color and style possible, so I hope to find some good things there. And the restaurants are fantastic there, so good vegan French food is a must!

I plan on taking pics from my birthday celebration(s) so I'll post them when I get the chance. Until then, ta-ta! ♥


Rikki Cupcake said...

Happy Birthday! Vegan tacos at Taco Bell?

Daughter of God said...

yay happy birthday!! Man u made me hungry haha

Sarah said...

Oh wow, same birthday as me!
Happy birthday!!
Hope you have fun!


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James Reno said...

Enjoy your vegan cake. It looks fantastic! Who says vegan food can't be fun?

James Reno

Anonymous said...

happy birthday from italy!

Melissa said...

Happy Belated Birthday! I hope you start posting again soon!!!

Anonymous said...

Umm yeah, vegan tacos at Taco Bell? You know they handle everything with the same hands/gloves that they use to handle all the meat and cheese right?

... au pays des barbies, coldies and walabies said...

Hey there!

Just found your blog through CCK. I'm French and I lived in Montréal for a year ... I'm telling you, unless you go to a French restaurant, Montréal food isn't French at all :) Yes, lots of people there speak French, but that don't make them French :))

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