Did you grow up to.................

@kitkat1 (1227)
June 5, 2007 10:26pm CST
As we all do as a child we have fantasies bout what we want to be when we grow up. Mine was to be a singer and a truck driver lol. Well guess what i am a janitor and a Program support assistant that is a far cry from being mama trucker with the voice of an angel. So how was it for you did you go on to do what you dreamed of as a child or did you do something else?
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@KrisNY (7591)
• United States
7 Jun 07
I don't think I've ever heard a girl say that they wanted to be a truck driver- : ) Well I said I wanted to be a mom and a basketball star! Got part of it right- I'm a mom- and love it- It's my best job!! I'm also an accountant- who'd have thought- I was terrible in Math in school it was one of my least favorite classes-- In college I loved it- exceled in it! When I finally grow up I want to be a rock star!
• United States
6 Jun 07
Guess what I became a nurse just what I wanted to be when I grew up. I worked at our local hospital for 20 years. I an disabled at the age of 48 and wish I could still be working at the hospital. My plan was to start at the hospital and then retire from their. I did not quite make it. Mow what I do when I grow up is get healthy so I can go back to work. LOL as if that will happen. They need to find out what is wrong frist then go from there.
@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
6 Jun 07
As linked to your last discussion my friend about what we would like to do right now, I wanted to be a train driver when I was a child, I loved my trainset and I was always playing trains, building them out of boxes and lego! Calling out stations and taking my passengers all over the country and being in the little cab on my own, whooo whoooo! Sorry lol!
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@GardenGerty (105386)
• United States
6 Jun 07
I wanted to grow up, get married, and have a family. I did that. I never wanted to teach--I work as a paraeducator, I teach. I never wanted to be a nurse--guess what, I am a nursing assistant and a medication aid, but I do not do that, exactly, as a job. I decided I could do that, though, after caring for my first husband during a terminal illness. You know, you could still be mamma trucker, I hear that a lot of companies pay for your school.