"I will move a little, love a lot, be of service, and count my blessings," Alyssa Milano, the mother-of-two shared.
Alyssa Milano is embracing her age and life so far as she turns 50 years old. The Charmed star is a doting mom and loving wife to her husband of over 13 years, David Bugliari, a talent agent. In a recent post celebrating her birthday, she shared a no-makeup selfie making it clear that she's entering a phase of self-love and confidence, reports TODAY. "This is 50," she wrote in the caption. "No filter. No touching up. No makeup. I will spend this day, the same as every day. I will move a little, love a lot, be of service, and count my blessings. I’m happy to be here. Right here. Right now. In this time. In my time. In your time." "There's still so much to look forward to!" the women's rights activist continued. "And you know what? It's even been okay to look back on where I've been, where I came from, how far I've come, who came into my life, and who stayed. "Thanks for all of your support and Birthday wishes. Let's keep going."
Not only does the actress have a thriving career but she's also grateful for her family. She admitted marriage isn't always easy but her partner makes it worth it. They work together to overcome difficult situations in their lives and that's the secret to their long-lasting relationship. "With work and faith and love and forgiveness and patience, we lined each other up just the right way. We are bound together, a bond that will take something stronger and harder than anything we've faced to sever," she said in her collection of personal essays, Sorry Not Sorry, per PEOPLE.
The mom-of-two calls her husband "magnet," adding that "David's and my lives are full of positive. Our lives are full of negative," she wrote. "It would not have taken much, so often and so early on, for those poles to face the wrong way and send us shooting away from each other." But through their relationship, she learned what love truly was. "Love, in many ways, is a constant state of apology. It means recognizing the things that you fail at, knowing that the person you love sees them too, and trying so hard to be better at them," Milano said. Milano who shares daughter Elizabella, 8, and son Milo, 11, with Bugliari, 40 added that "being loved in return even with those shortcomings" was the most important thing. "It means that the apology is usually accepted, and it's usually sincere. Love is not a casual 'sorry.' Love is making amends. Love is forgiveness. Love is success and failure. Love is a perpetual apology," she said.
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