Today we have author Krista Wagner sharing with us her letter to her younger self.
When you get to junior high, you are going to see a lot more cliques. People you thought were friends will talk about you behind your back and keep secrets from you. Know that you are valuable and that their behavior is their fault, not yours. Know that there are people who will treat your right and care for you and want to be your friend. hang around these people instead. There will also be boys who are cute, but most of them will be too immature to talk to you or want to dance with you at the dances. That’s okay. You are still getting to know yourself too and have a lot more time to grow in your personality. Some school subjects will be hard to understand, so don’t be afraid to talk to the teachers and ask questions whenever you are confused. And if they don’t help, then ask your parents to step in. No matter how hard or awkward things might be, know that God is right there with you, that you always will be loved by Him, and that He will guide and protect you.
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BIO:Krista Wagner is a 70's product of Southern California who lives with her Marine Corp veteran husband, three very entertaining children, and an indispensable faith in Christ. She graduated from National University with an MFA in Creative Writing. Her debut novel Intent, a spiritual dramatic thriller, was published in 2014. Her psychological thriller, Rian Field, The Gold, a middle-grade fantasy, and her YA realistic issue-driven novel, indigo, were published in 2016. She has been an English Instructor since 2008. She enjoys suspenseful films, reading the Bible, and spending time with her family.
Author of the Landry's True Colors Series, the Star Series, Dating the It Guy, & Can Dreams Come True