DAy 19--A picture and a Letter
It’s the beginning of your junior year of high school. Your boyfriend just left on a mission and left you heartbroken. It’s sad to say, but it’s the best thing that will happen to you and for him, especially when you go your own ways in a few months. He can totally focus on what he needs to be focusing on and you can focus on what you need to focus on.
Here in a couple of months you will start dating somebody new, that you think is just so wonderful. When really all he does is drag you down and make you feel like you need him to be complete. The best thing for you to do is to just break up with him, the first time the thought crosses your mind at the end of the school year. But you won’t you’ll stick around for almost two more years. But then again, who knows where you would be if you did break it off. Would you have learned the lesson you needed to and become a better person, so then you can be a better wife and mother, since you had to become and really depend upon your savior? I don’t know. I wish you could know that and learn that from within that first five months. But I believe that you had to really get down low so you could climb back up and become great.
I wish though you could have dated more guys and different ones throughout your college experience, before you re-met the man you were to marry. But it all turns out good and you end up with a great hardworking husband and two beautiful girls with a third almost here. You end up having a pretty great life. So prepare yourself, you’ll be trudging through despair and the trenches for a little while, but once you see the light, it makes life so much better. And you’re world will be much more complete.