Hold On to Sixteen

Now where was I? Oh yes. Sixteen years old. It was a good year.

  • I earned my driver’s license which granted me greater freedom and turned another teenage boy on the road with a two-ton machine.
  • I was a junior in high school and on track to graduate early and skip my senior year.
  • I had a part-time job working for people who owned sheep. As a grandson of a dairy farmer, the sheep work was easier and the animals simpler to wrangle.
  • Girlfriends? No. Prospects were not plentiful in the small community, but there was plenty of time ahead of me. No rush whatsoever.

Tell us all about the person you were when you were sixteen. If you haven’t yet hit sixteen, tell us about the person you want to be at sixteen.

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