I think it’s great to think about things like what we want to be when we grow up. Even though I have a family and mortgage and think I’m such a big girl, I’m really not!!! Sometimes I get so caught up in everyone else’s needs, wants, desires that I forget what it is that drives me to stand out in a crowd. If any of you know me like my husband does you would know that I love everything (which really isn’t such a good thing).
I have always loved photography, ever since my husband and I lived in London. I had hours to myself to wander around and look at the beautiful landscapes and cottages. For those same reasons is why I love to travel and would kill for the opportunity to work for National Geographic or something along those lines.
I thoroughly enjoy scrap booking (old school, not any of this digi scraping stuff) and it’s a great outlet for my more dominant creative side! Along with the scrap booking I’m actually a pretty darn good sketch artist and think it would be so neat to be one of those artists on the side of the Seine River in Paris selling his artwork.
I have a passion for music of all kinds (literally, no discriminating here) and would love to be a performer like Barbara Streisand (timeless and classic)!
I enjoy teaching myself new things. I taught myself how to sew years ago. My mother could replace buttons and hem a straight seam but not much else. When I lived in Lancaster you would see handmade quilts in shops all over the place. I always wondered what it would be like to sell works of art that were created by my own hand.
A reason why I got started on blogging a couple years ago was to help with my scrap booking. I always had a hard time when it came to journaling about a picture or an event. I would go on and on and on. I just never knew how to make things short and sweet, I always elaborated way too much to the point that it would be more of a book than a scrap page. Blogging helped alleviate a lot of my need to write and describe everything. I would love to be a writer! To create characters and worlds that would and could only live in the imagination would be the funnest thing ever.
As you can see, this is probably why I haven’t finished my college career. I can’t narrow down a subject that I would like to major in. Too many things sound good! I guess that’s why I have the rest of my life to try and figure out as much or as little about these subjects as I think necessary.