Dear Childhood ME, This is the Adult ME, penning this letter to you! Since I missed you, I thought of giving you a surprise. I went through some of my old photos lying down in the shelves. Every moment came into life when I went through the photos. I also found my old plastic laptop(it was almost dead). Yes...the same laptop which played songs when I used to click the buttons. The happiness on my face at that moment..I can't explain. I can't believe, days pass so swiftly! There was a time when Mom would say, "She is just a child, let her enjoy". And now comes the time when Mom says, "Your life is your responsibility". Life in childhood and adulthood is so different, isn't it? In schools where kids fight and patch up in a few minutes, grow as adults and hold grudge against people for years. Where happiness and humanity was the only goal in childhood, then changes in adulthood as status, fame, appearance. The people who we once loved in childhood, we have no time for them or start disliking them in adulthood. The good and bad manners we once learnt in schools, are mostly forgotten in adulthood. In childhood, we cried over getting injuries, but bounced back again, happy and active. But in adulthood, we get frustrated easily and ready with legendary dialogues like, "No one understands me" , "My life sucks" , "I'm good for nothing", so on and so forth. As a child, we eagerly wait to be an adult and now being an adult, we wish to go back in childhood. Being a new adult, I feel, I have so much to learn from my childhood. The way we would quickly cheer up after every bad situation, the way we forgive our friends and loved ones in a silly quarrel, the way we would share and care for others, the way we lived our life as if there is no tomorrow......childhood does have many life lessons to carry along as we step into adulthood. Being an adult is not bad though, yet not living it to the fullest...is bad. In these years, I have realised that whoever I will be and whatever is to happen, I need to enjoy the child inside me. No matter my age. Just like a child, I will live every single moment and keep smiling, I promise. Though, I won't be able to come back to my childhood since Doraemon's time machine doesn't exist, yet I will make sure that the Adult ME will be a much happier version. Thank you for all the beautiful memories you have given me. They are locked in my heart forever. These memories are enough to bring tears of joy in my eyes.