What do you want to be when you grow up?What's your dreams and aspirations?

Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 8:56 AM

What do you see yourself doing in the future?
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  1. RE: What do you want to be when you grow up?What's your dreams and aspirations?

    Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 10:46 PM

    Quite frankly, I wanted to be an astronaut so I can ride a space shuttle and go to the outer space. But when you come to think of all the science that you have to learn to even be considered one, it gets you to think that those who really wanted to be like one would stick around.

    So I guess I have to be contented with computers and the more humanly science they come with.

  2. RE: What do you want to be when you grow up?What's your dreams and aspirations?

    Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 1:02 PM

    i had no idea of what i wanted to do when I was a child..i spent too much of my time dreaming in my little world...

    now i'm almost 40 and i'm unemployed ! ahah..not so funny unfortunately...
    i still have a lot of artistic and other projects but in France when you want to live as an artist it's not very easy..


    when i was a little girl i drew a lot and still do that...so i think i wanted to be an artist maybe :) or a professional dreamer...


    PS sorry for my broken english..
    Art Saves

  3. RE: What do you want to be when you grow up?What's your dreams and aspirations?

    Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 9:47 AM

    I wanted to be singer or a performer, that was when I was little. I was singing a lot and dressing up as dancers, so my parents thought I'll be performing.

    Then, when I was about 10-12, I was obssessed with Japanese culture, so I wanted to be a professional manga drawer...or something of that sort.

    I decided it was too much hastle, because I don't even like drawing. I started reading books and I decided I want to be a writer. Seemed cool at the time, because I was writing a lot of short stories and I had a lot of inspiration.

    Unfortuately my dreams were shattered when I realized being a writer is not as cool as it seems and it's actually hard work.

    Recently, I found that I'd love to be a journalist. Hard work, wages are not ideal, but as far as I know that's one thing I'd love to do. Also journalist get to travel and meet famous people. so that's a deal for me.

    Obviously I'm still 16, so all of the things I dream about are... well, just dreams. But you know what they say, when you dream, dream big.

    I do aplogize for my terrible English.
    "Become good at cheating and you never need to become good at anything."

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