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A postcard to my fourteen year old self

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Today’s WordPress Daily Prompt is: write a letter to your 14-year-old self.

A few months ago I sent an open letter to my thirteen year old self. If you haven’t read it, you really should, as it’s a post that has passed my strict regulations of awesomeness to become one I’m proud of:

Unsent Letter #7: And before you think it – no, I’m not trying to flirt with you!

Not wishing to inundate my younger self with letters from future me, I decided to send him a postcard instead.

~ CLICK THE IMAGE TO DISPLAY AN ENLARGED VIEW ~

 Callanish Standing Stones (Isle of Lewis, 2000) © Addy

3 thoughts on “A postcard to my fourteen year old self

  1. Awesome posts :) both of them :) as are all your posts btw :) bright blessings :)

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  2. Great letter and postcard! I love the idea you had to write un-sent letters to people in your life and it’s something that I often do (in fact, my post for today is an un-sent letter). However, I never thought of writing letters to people in my past. It sounds like it would be very therapeutic and something I should try sometime!

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    • Thanks for your comment and I’m glad you enjoyed the posts :) Writing those letters were definitely thrapeutic, although things got a bit emotional at times, I had a lot of fun writing those posts. Perhaps I will write a few more sometime in the future. I heartily recommend other people do it, even if just for a bit of fun :)

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