What would the child you once were think of the adult you have now become?

@TeeandMe (104)
United States
April 7, 2007 8:17pm CST
I think if I was a child still and were able to see me as an adult I would think that I grew up to be a very well balanced loving and caring individual. I would also think tho that I am not where I thought I would be in life at the age I am now! How bout you ?
3 responses
• United States
8 Apr 07
Personally I think my younger self would be disgusted at my older self for not being able to think more fondly about her childhood and be able to still have those child like moments. I think I've become too serious. I don't think I have fun as much as I should so I think she'd have something to say about that. I'm sure she'd probably have a lot of other things to say to me but I'm not quite sure what those would be.
• United States
8 Apr 07
Me at 16 was shy, timid & meek. Look at me wrong and I cried. The child we would be very proud of who I have become. I strong, confident woman. I am giving, loving and nurturing. None of what I was at 16. I am proud of the woman that I have turned into and the fact that many people respect me. True, I don't run a big organization, I don't volunteer, but I am honest, trustworthy and good to those around me.
@mamasan34 (6521)
• United States
8 Apr 07
I think that my 16 year old self would have seen me as a sell out. At 16, I didn't want marriage, kids, I wanted to be unconventional, join the army and do my career, enjoy my life as a single person and not worry about kids or those responsibilities. She would be shocked to see me now as an adult, paying bills, with a child and going into my 3rd marriage. Didn't join the army either. LOL