When I was a Junior in high school I transferred schools. I was starting a new school without the safety net that everyone else was in the same boat as me. Everyone else had known each other for two years and I was coming to the party late. I decided this school year I had
Dear 2001 Lauren, As I write this letter to you, we have just turned 30 years old. You have a Master’s Degree, a new business, and are living in a downtown high rise. That’s the good news; the bad news is, you are living with Auntie, have just enough money to cover your car note
Dear Mommie Today I have turned 30 years old. It has been an interesting and bumpy 3 decades, and I don’t mind telling you that I have a few regrets and I wish I had done some things differently. But there is one thing that I would never change…YOU! I am so glad, and proud,
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