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Letter to my 16 yr old self

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Where do I start, I remember so well the joy you are feeling this year. I wish I could tell you life will be as magical as it is this year but then that's not true life.

What I do want you to remember is your inner strength, remember no matter how bad it gets, you will get through it.

Remain true to yourself, ditch the fast food and take care of your back.

Love ya!
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  • v JUSTLIKEALICE
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    1308 days ago
  • v BABIESTEPS
    Remain True to yourself! Such an important aspect in life. That is wonderful advice! emoticon
    1308 days ago
  • v EUGENERUGOSA
    remembering inner strength & staying true to oneself is good advice for any age!
    1309 days ago
  • v LCDM83
    emoticon on your blog and excellent advice to yourself.
    1309 days ago
  • v LUCYLU22
    VERY good advice, darn ol' fast food, and back health SOO very important!!

    emoticon Inner Strength will ALWAYS get you through those tough times. Important to REMEMBER on a daily basis!!!
    1309 days ago
  • v SHELLEY81
    Ditch the fast food! Excellent advice! I give this to my students everyday!
    1309 days ago
  • v THEMRSH
    What I do want you to remember is your inner strength, remember no matter how bad it gets, you will get through it.

    Great words that you could still tell yourself every day since being 16 and again tomorrow and the next day.

    And a True Blue favorite: Remain true to yourself,

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    1310 days ago
  • v ANDI571
    I would defiitely tell my 16 year old self to ditch the diets and just eat healthy and take care of the one and only body she has. I just wonder how much better I would feel now, if I had of known that back then.
    1310 days ago
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