Letter for the Future ...

Thursday, January 14, 2010
Here's a cool idea, what if you could send yourself an email a year from now. You would write it today, and it would show up next year. I am planning on doing this myself, actually, I am planning on writing two of them.

The first one I am going to write to myself, talk about my goals, and where I want to be in a year from now. How I want to have lost x amount of weight, how I want to have joined a church, etc.

The second I am going to write to my husband. I am hopeful that we'll look back on these times with two little kids in the house and the stress of only one job that we will smile and talk about "the good times."

So much has changed in the last 5 years for me, it's almost my 26th birthday and I can't believe I will be 26. I once dated a guy who was 26 and I was only 21 and I thought he was OLD, I mean, I thought he was REALLY OLD! So many things has changed.

In 2002 I graduated high school, started College & became a DG
In 2003 Became a nursing major
In 2004 Dropped out of Mizzou, went to Columbia College for Nursing/Business
In 2005 I changed my major from business to Hotel & Restaurant Management at MU
In 2006 I met the man I was going to marry
In 2007 I graduated College, had Breaden, got my first job at The Lodge, got engaged
In 2008 I got married and found out I was pregnant with Bayler
In 2009 I had Bayler & started my own business, The Bridal Solution, LLC.

I am not lying when I say that it has FLOWN by ... Which is exactly why I want to write myself in the future.

The website Future Me allows you to schedule an email to be sent in the future. Send one next year, or on your birthday or to your spouse on your anniversary, etc.

Would you rather write yourself a letter instead of an email ... check out Baca Creative has a beautiful downloadable stationary ... check it out here.



J said...

That is super cool! I will most definitely have to check into that!!

JennyLee said...

This is so cool. I have to do this!

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