Hey Crazy Lady,
You survived! I told you that you’d make it through the hell you were going through 10 years ago. I have no doubt that while it left some scars you are stronger for it. The struggles that tear us down the most are the ones that we learn the biggest lessons from. I’m sure you remember how hard this time is and how it felt to wonder if things would ever get better. Any advice for me? How long does it take for things to start getting better? I know you probably can’t, but giving me an exact date would really be nice. A light at the end of the tunnel if you will.
Please tell me that we have children of our own. I’m sure they’re amazing, smart, beautiful little monsters. Speaking of monsters, give J-Man, Little Miss E, Peanut and LiLee big hugs for me. I know they’re at the age where they probably don’t want them but do it anyway. I don’t care how old a person gets, they’re never to old for a hug from their favorite Auntie. Remind them how amazing they are.
High five to being 37! I’m sure you’re rocking the crap out of it. Remember, you’re only as old as you let yourself feel. I’m sure some days you feel 100 but that’s only because you’re living life. You better be living life! Crossing stuff off that ever growing bucket list. Remember, for every thing you cross off, add something new. Never stop dreaming.
Whats the music like in 2024? Please tell me you still listen to FGL, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and of course George Strait! If not, you really should. Remember, George Strait is country at it’s best.
I feel like I should be giving you some kind of great advice, but I just can’t think of anything. Remember to brush your teeth and eat your veggies! There, now I can end this letter knowing that I’ve done some good. In all seriousness, remember to be true to who you are. Love yourself and tell those you love how much you love them.