Thursday, June 30, 2011

When I Grow Up I want to be a...

Just awhile ago I've been reading Bedroom Blog Veronica in site.  One of the entries that I've read is about knowing what your purpose and what you really want in life.  I know I've been writing several entries here about not knowing about what I really want in life, whether I will stay being a programmer or I will follow what I love to do.(which I can name a lot)

When I was still a little girl, my sister and I would always play a classroom game.  She will be the teacher and I will be the student.  At that time, I wanted to be a teacher.  I always imagine myself teaching little kids.  But when I already went to school and saw how little kids can go crazy, I then shifted what I wanted to be.  I then wanted to be a doctor or a nurse.  Hehehehe!  But everytime I get to see a wound with so much blood, I get a goosebumps.  hehehe!  So then again, I changed my mind.

As far as I can remember, there was never came a time that there was no animals that we take care in the house.  We had a rabbit, dog, chickens, hamster, guinea pigs, turtles, mouse, iguana, cat and a turkey.  So I guess you already knew what I wanted by that time.  Yes, a veterenarian.  Hehehehe!  But that dream was replaced by me wanting to be an architect or an interioir designer.

But with all those dreams that I've got, I end up being a programmer.  It wasn't really on my plans to be one.  Well yes, I enjoyed the programming class back in high school.  But when we had our carreer week, IT,CS or CompE was never a choice for me.  I really don't know what happened why when we were told to take an entrance exam for USC I chose CS.  Which lead me to take IT in USJ-R.  Hehehehe!

Up until now, I am still searching for what I really want to be when I get old.  Do I still see myself creating softwares, web applications ans such?  Or would I follow my heart's desire to show my creativeness.  Charing.  Hehehehe!  But whether I'll be able to find my purpose in life sooner or later, I hope that I am not wasting it.

How about you?  Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

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