Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Easy Question of the week....

http://journals.aol.com/delela1/BlueSkiesandGentleBreezes/entries/1255

Dona has taken over for Kelly in the "Easy like Sunday Morning" question of the week...

Here's my question of the week.  Answer it in your journal and come back here and leave me a link in the comments.  I'll post your links next weekend and we'll start over again next Sunday.

Tell me.....

When you were growing up, what did you want to be as an adult and is that what you are doing now or did your ambitions change?

 

Ok my answer...I can remember for a few years wanting to be a doctor, now anyone who knows my complete dislike of math and I did not enjoy science/chemistry that much either...so yeah definately wasn't going to work out. I also (even during the dr years) wanted to be a teacher and that's stayed with me for years. My Junior year of high school I decided Child Psychology was the field I wanted to do, of course my freshman year of college proved to me that was NOT what I wanted to do. I didn't do any of those, well if I'm closest to any of them it's a teacher, but there's no degree to support that...I'm a mom. My ambitions changed completely when I became a mom and realized THAT was what I was MEANT to be.

 

If you decide to answer this please answer it in YOUR journal and then post the link in Dona's journal!

 

7 comments:

lv2trnscrb said...

And a wonderful mom  you are :)

betty

tristannmbr2 said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING CHRISTY AND FAMILY!  Hope Chad has a safe and good Thanksgiving too!  Hugs, Vicky

tristannmbr2 said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING CHRISTY AND FAMILY!  Hope Chad has a safe and good Thanksgiving too!

randlprysock said...

Yep, I love being a mom.  Right now I keep the business from home just so I can have the flexibility for my kids.  I complain about how awful it is sometimes but at least I can almost always be here for them.  It's just the best thing ever to be a mom.  Hugs,
Lisa

http://journals.aol.com/randlprysock/AdventuresFromFlorida

pixiedustnme said...

and you're such a good mom!

delela1 said...

It does seem our paths often lead us to where we are meant to be.  Thank you for participating, Christy!

Dona
journals.aol.com/delela1/BlueSkiesandGentleBreezes

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