Hidden Gifts from my birthday

Remember back in March I mentioned it was my birthday? I don’t know if I gave you the details of my gifts, but I was keeping it secret because I wanted to surprise everyone. I revealed this in Twitter today that I got Netflix. My parents got me a $60 Netflix gift because I always mentioned that I wanted to stream shows and movies without having to deal with ads. Since my sister eggs me on about not watching the Flash, I decided to take this opportunity and start my account.

Also, my friend Allie from Visionaries got me a Pop figure of baby Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 movie. The picture that was taken was on March 30th. She also got me buttons that represent me. One is about my skills in writing and the other is about my Christian faith. The pins are from the website Graphics and More.

The reason why I didn’t Netflix during or a day after my birthday was because it has been really busy in my personal life such as Easter and spending time with the family. Now that I finally got moving, I will try to stream some shows and movies!

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13 thoughts on “Hidden Gifts from my birthday

  1. A late happy birthday to you! It was mine in March too. We only got Netflix a couple of months back after a long time avoiding it. Spiralling bills had kinda made it hard to take on, but I’ve we switched energy provider, we made enough of a saving to warrant it.

    • Thank you! Well, the first thing I did was watch an episode of the Flash in season 1. I turned 24 this year. You can thank Allie because she gave it to me. 🙂

  2. Happy birthday, Matt! Sorry I am a little late in telling you.

    It sounds like you had a good time and are enjoying your gifts. Get going with all the great anime they have on Netflix!

    • It’s okay 🙂

      Thank you for saying it and I appreciate it. I finally got Netflix and I can’t wait to explore anime without ads. I already have ideas on what to do.

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