For me it would probably be architect. That is something I always wanted to do, but never fully pursued it. I played around with the idea a few times throughout my life, but it wasn't until 2000, when I was 36, that I decided to take the plunge. I applied and was accepted at the University of Cincinnati, and was to start studies in the fall of 2000. Then cancer struck. (you can find out more about my story in my profile)
Here I find myself, transitioning from the last 9 years as a worker with troubled teens to becoming an author. Writing was something I never thought about before I wrote and self-published my book about my experience with "terminal" cancer, but I love writing and can't think of anything else I'd rather do with my time.