Dear 2010s…

It is not just the end of 2019 but also the end of a decade.

Dear 2010s

I was 14 when you arrived. I was a naive school kid back then. Today, I am a mature adult. I remember how much I yearned to grow up just to escape studies. And now? I received my postgraduation degree 10 days ago but I don’t want the learning to come to an end. So, I am already pursuing a second postgrad course.

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I loved having a big group of friends when I was a child. But today, I prefer to keep only a couple of people close. I take my time to know people and then let them enter my zones of comfort.

But I don’t think that everything has changed. I was unsure what I wanted to do in life and I am unsure today too (but I do have short term goals now). You know what’s the good thing about being unsure about life today? I am not scared of life as I was 10 years ago.

There have been lots up ups and downs. Good decisions and bad decisions. I have taken all of them as lessons of life.

You know what? You were like a dramatic novel for me- with a beginning, a middle and an end. Life throwing difficulties on an innocent child who somehow managed to face them and come out as a stronger person. And I am ready for a sequel.

All in all, you were good. Thankyou!

I don’t think I’d be able to bid you a goodbye so soon. I know I’ll be mistaking the date as 2019 for about a month at least.

But still, Welcome 2020sc… I am ready to start afresh! Let’s begin…

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In response to Let it Bleed 33, Daily Word Prompt, Word of the Day

15 thoughts on “Dear 2010s…

    1. Oh wow! Thank God that I’m the only one. All I’ve heard people say is how could you even go for a master’s degree after the bachelor’s. And now that it’s a second masters, I really have no answers to people’s questions 😂 Happy New Year!

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