A Letter to The 15 Year Old Me.

Dear Sean,

Read more books; lots more books!  MC Hammer really isn’t that great.  Be more daring.  Be less trusting.  Try saving a little.  Girls aren’t that important, apart from a young woman you’re going to meet in 2007 (she’s the one!).  Don’t be afraid to fail.  Learn from your mistakes.  Be thankful.  Things get better.

Kind regards,
Sean.

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About The Other Me

Londoner born and raised. Living in Denmark. Occasional singer/songwriter, music fan, nearly author, recovering procrastinator. To read or listen to the amateur stuff I call my art, click on the picture and press the links to either my FB, Wordpress or bandcamp pages. Thanks
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15 Responses to A Letter to The 15 Year Old Me.

  1. Marianna says:

    I love this poignant backwards glance, Sean!

    Speaking of M.C. Hammer . . . Have you seen this Jimmy Fallon tribute? LOL! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtfxIjSU3Wo&feature=fvsr

  2. jai long says:

    don’t know why?! if you go to free the bird . com . au you will see what I’m talking about

    • The Other Me says:

      Bro that’s too kind of you. Thanks for the pat on the back. Btw what’s the protocol? Can you be one of my 7?

      • jai long says:

        To tell you the truth, i just got awarded it today, and never heard of it before. I don’t need it again, i’m sure you look at heaps of awesome blog’s that deserve it. Thanks for being apart of my blog 🙂

  3. Please Hammer, don’t hurt ’em!

  4. Love it. Your letter just about covers it. I’m older than you and female, but I could copy that letter to myself with very little editing. In my case it would be Iron Butterfly, boys, and 1972.

  5. LittleEmz says:

    OMG I really want to write a letter to my younger self now! I think my younger self would probably just disregard it as some adult trying to exert authority on her though, and would most-likely just ignore it.

  6. latestwithVR says:

    That was a perfect letter to self.

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