I hope life carries you places. You're a good kid, you're just misunderstood a lot. But you have a constant habit of getting yourself into holes that are seemingly impossible to get out of, and the more you do that, the harder it is to progress.
We haven't really seen each other in like...a year or so? I'm eager to see what you've been up to person-to-person, and how your life endeavors have affected you. I've been concerned about you ever since High School, and I really do hope things work out for you. As I see it, you have a lot to work on, and not really a lot of wiggle room for procrastination. The more you keep putting important things off, the worse it's going to get for you, especially since most jobs nowadays require at least a high school diploma and well...I'm really not sure where you're going to go from there if you keep putting off getting your Diploma/GED.
Though I was in your position at one point. I was in High School, and I wanted to drop out so badly because a lot of my classes were difficult for me at the time. But I didn't. I persevered! I realize that you aren't me, and we're two different people, but you have amazing potential in you that I don't think that you see in yourself. One day, I hope you can see that.
I'm proud of you. You always tell me what you wanted to be when you grew up. Nothing made me more proud than the fact that, like myself, you always want to help people when you can. We both know that helping others is definitely not an easy thing, yet it's something we chose to do anyway. I suppose it's because we have that kind of patience to deal with people, I suppose?
But that's enough. Focus on your education, focus on your classes and getting your GED, and worry about all the other stuff later, is my perspective on things. You'll have time to work, and go shopping, and get new shoes and be high on fashion like I know you love to do all you want. But what's important to me is that you finish what you started. Not because I personally want you to, but because you want yourself to, to get better chances and opportunities in life.
I hope to hear from you soon. I expect great things!