Today's prompt: Write a letter to sixteen year old you. Any advice or funny stories?
I never liked doing letters to a younger me cuz I wouldn't want to tell myself to do or be anything different. I feel that everything that I experienced & did back then helped shape me into the person I am today - the good & the bad. So, I guess I would just tell my sixteen year old self to go with her gut & do what she feels is right.
I know, kinda boring but I wasn't a bad kid. There really isn't anything I would take back cuz there was just nothing that was that bad, you know? Yea, I was one of those kids. I hung out with the kids who's parents were lawyers & doctors & judges, so decent kids.
I will tell one story that makes me giggle to this day though. We went though a phase where we "ganked" things. Some stupid street signs or whatever. Well, we had a big plan that we were gonna get one of those flashing lights from a barricade. We sat & planned this thing & thought of scenarios, all of this (if we would have put this much thought into our school work, we would have all been on highest honors - ha!). Well, one scenario we didn't think of: we didn't have the right tools to get the light off of the barricade so we just threw the whole dang thing in the trunk & we couldn't close the trunk so we drove around a little bit with it flashing in the trunk. We eventually ended up just leaving it somewhere as we couldn't much be bringing an entire barricade to one of our homes. Tee hee!