Dear future self,
Twenty years from now, it’s already 2039, and you’re probably 35 years old now. You may not remember this but I’m writing you a letter from the past. Today’s 2019, and I’m still in 10th grade in high school.
I’m young and inexperienced in life. I don’t know basic stuff that most people should know, like cooking or ironing the clothes. I haven’t experienced life to the fullest yet at my age.
I wonder if you already know these kinds to things by the time you reached that age. You have experienced a lot more things than me right now, and I do hope that you’re using all of that knowledge into good use. I also hope that you’ve already learned how to bake because I always wanted to do that for a long time now.
I want to tell you about how my year is so far. It’s been fairly good to me and I have been very productive ever since 2019 has started. My grades are significantly higher than it was before, and I definitely worked hard to become better at my hobbies.
I’ve recently discovered new books and shows that are really interesting. My friends and I have been hanging out more as well. I wonder what your year is like. Is it fun? Is it exciting? My year has been a wonderful year for me so far and I hope that yours is too.
To be honest, I still don’t know what I should do in life yet. I haven’t planned about what I’m going to do for my future. I should really be concerned about it but yet it still keeps slipping off my mind.
I hope that my decisions from today wouldn’t affect you badly. I’m really sorry if I haven’t been taking my life seriously that it has already affected you, my future self. I hope that all things will work out for the both of us and I hope that our future’s good to us both.
I forgot to ask you about what you’re doing right now as you read this letter, my bad. What have you been doing before you saw this letter? Are you cooking food? Are you drawing again?
But what I would really love to know is what have you been doing for the past twenty years. Did you spend it well? Are you doing alright? Are you having a great time? I hope that you spent all of the 20 years that have passed since I wrote this letter well.
I hope that you did a lot of things that I couldn’t do at my age. I hope that you spent all of it by doing all the things that you enjoy and by spending it with all of the people that you love and make you happy. Do everything with all that you can and I wish you all the best.
Your fifteen year old self