Received this, so cool!
The following is an email from the past, composed on March 29, 2016. It is being delivered from the past through FutureMe.org
Hi, it's just your 32 year old self writing to say hi. Don't mind me. I was inspired to do this by that bucket list website, dayzeroproject.com. Hopefully you still know what I'm talking about. If you don't remember, check it out to see how much of it you have accomplished (username is dreamcloud). Anyway, just know that's what your past self really wanted to achieve since I wrote this.
I'm sitting in the front room we recently painted red with both boys causing chaos with their toys. Pulling everything out of the toy chest and climbing on everything. They're only 4 and 2... what can you expect? Counting down the minutes until bedtime now.
It's been exactly 7 weeks since Dad died. I still can't truly believe it. I hope you are doing somewhat better now? Or that there have been no other unexpected "incidents" in our tiny family? Still very much shocked that the rock of our family is gone forever... far too soon. I'm sure it has sunk in a little better for you. But for me, it's still fresh.
All I hope for you is that you are happier now. That things are more settled. That things are still okay. I really do wish you all the best. I now know how precarious everything is and it's terrifying. For that reason I can't hope for too much because nothing is assured.
So, you're 35. That is a scary number, I have to admit. Time to really get serious. You scare me, future me, because I don't know what things will be like when this email reaches you. I only wish there was "pastme.org" to reassure me!
your old self