posted on Jul, 3 2015 @ 03:35 AM
I think of that often, and fantasize of a six year old me sternly telling my parents to grow up and get their # together.
Stuff like that.
But lately, it is less the mistakes I would want to warn myself of- it's the missed opportunities!
I would tell myself that though it is called "high school" one does not have to be high to attend it.
That there is great fun and excitement to be had in those classes- take advantage of it! Learn as much as you can!
Don't be shy, have opinions, speak them loudly! Ask that gorgeous guy out (he will tell you, years later, that he had a huge crush on you the whole
Continue the dance lessons, take singing lessons, don't drop out of that play when you hear an agent is coming to see you.
Learn to read music, don't dream of playing drums- do it! (because learning while you are a grandmother will make your children embarrassed).
Pay attention to politics and social issues around your town, get involved.
Oh- and don't waste any time crying over that jerk.