A Letter to my-25-year-old self

Topics: Question, Future, Time Pages: 1 (327 words) Published: April 14, 2014
January 18, 2014

Dear Tamara,
I keep wondering about the future. I don’t know what path in life I would’ve taken by that time. But I hope that I’m doing alright and that I still have all my loved one by my side. I have a lot of questions about the future and there are a lot that I wouldn’t want to forget about by the time I’m 25.

I keep wondering about my best friends. Are we still best friends? Did we lose touch? Remember how close you were? Are still as close? Remember all your plans for the future? Did you fulfill them or were they lost as the years went by? Do you wish you never grew up? You keep asking your fifteen-year-old self this question now but now that you’re 25, did you find an answer yet? I want to live next to them so we can meet up whenever we want. I also want to travel the world and meet new people with them by my side. Will I be able to do that? I really hope that I start a good career by the time I’m 25. I want to have a job at that time and be able to pay my own expenses as well as help my parents because they’d helped me throughout my entire life. Will have met that one guy who will steal my heart forever? Who is he? Have I met him yet? where will i meet him? How? When and where? Will I get any children? If I have any, how many will I have? Will they be boys or girls or maybe both? What will I name them?

I don’t have many clues to tell me how my future is going to be like 10 years from now, but I’m hoping that it goes by smoothly and just the way I want it to be: infinite.

Sincerely,
The 15-year-old Tamara
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