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To the girl that I used to be
When I was 5 years old, I remember that I ran wild and free. I always wanted to grow up, become a better person, and become the person I always wanted to be. I always thought of myself as a powerful and sassy little girl. I always told my mother No and I always tried to give it a whirl. She asked me what do you want to be when you grow up? You know what mom, I want to be a princess. As I said drinking out of my cup. I mean what little girl didn’t want to be a princess or a rockstar when they were younger? When I would go in public, I would have a costume to be under. I tried to act like I owned myself, and I knew that my mom took great care of me. She always disciplined me and sometimes she had to count to three. I always wanted to grow up and be just like her. When I get older and older, my past is starting to become a blur. When I was 10, I acted like the rebel child. Even though what I was doing wasn’t bad, she knew I was wild. She told me I couldn’t have a boyfriend, until I was 16 years old. I mean come on, 16 years old. Yeah mom I don’t think so. In my class people were already getting married on the playground. Their marriage was going to be bold. When we were driving back from a volleyball game, she asked me. What do you want to be when you get older? I mean you have the key. This time I didn’t know what to say. Maybe a doctor, I don’t want my future to be gray. I was a nerd. I always wore glasses and I had braces. I could hardly say a word. I made stupid mistakes and sometimes you couldn’t put up with it. I always threw a fit and most of the times you just wanted to just quit. Now I am 16 years old and I am growing more and more to be like you. I have become more compassionate person and now it feels like time has flew. I am getting told all around that you look just like your mom. I know I shouldn’t worry about it because my mom is the bomb. Now my mom, looks into the beautiful girl I have become. She has seen all of the obstacles I have overcome. Maybe I should ask you again. What do you want for your career? I strongly say I honestly think that I want to be a Creative Writing because I am so in love with writing. I just wanted to make it clear. I have become a person who was terrified of thinking outside of the box. To someone who loves being creative and loves to talk. I am glad that I have become more of an individual because she has pushed me to do my best. Thank you for everything. I am truly blessed.
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