When I realized I was a grown-up

It keep changing. I do not think it is a point in time, it is a process. It started when I lost my mother to cancer at the age of 17 I thought I am an adult. At the age of 18, when I finished high-school/joined the army I thought I am an adult. At the age of 18, when I lost my virginity I thought I am an adult. At the age of 19, when I first voted I thought I am an adult. At the age of 25, when I married Orly I thought I am an adult. At the age of 30, when our daughter, Danielle came to the world was the last time I thought that I am an adult, so maybe I am an adult?

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