I always wanted to be a secret agent, I remember a period when I was placing "bombs" and other "explosives" drawn on paper by myself in different parts of my hometown. It was real fun, there was nothing more interesting that the real life of a 007.
Ballerina, microbiologist, marine biologist, veterinarian, artist, writer...
I wanted to be a lawyer. I think this was because I had an aunt who was a successful lawyer and she had what seemed to me to be a great lifestyle that involved lots of travel. As I was a shy teenager, I changed my mind about that because I didn't want to have to get up in front of people and argue cases. Ironically, I am now a lecturer in media and communication at a university so I guess I could have coped with being a lawyer after all.
I would have been inclined that way too Blae if my dad had not steered me away from it, saying it was not suited to my personality and the Law was too corrupt...he was a lawyer and so was his dad, my grandpa and I kind of liked hanging out at his off
that thought Never ever occurred to me...still does not. i continue to be happy and share joy in whatever way possible.
I wanted to be a professional baseball player since I was swinging a bat when I could first walk. That didn't turn out so well :'(
An artist, a field meteorologist, journalist and creative writer. I became all of these except a field meteorologist, though I continue to watch the skies.
I always wanted to be the Wizard of Oz. Sometimes I still do.
Also, when I was eight, I wanted to marry Batman.
To be a flight stewardess was a constant dream until college. When it did not materialize, I took my plan B dreams : which was to become a businesswoman and writer. Now I write happily and I'm very happy to be in the Hubpage community. It has what inspired me to express myself, gain friends and new ideas. Reaching all these dreams has made me a good organization. Lovely question Gail. Thank you.
Like most kids, my career choices changed throughout the years. At some point, I wanted to be:
Race Car Driver
by woolman60 8 years ago
Remember when you were young before you even knew anything about politics, money, or marriage, what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be pro baseball player.
by Lady_a7x 7 years ago
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?I remember I wanted to be a vet, I loved animals. I still do love animals, but I don't think I could ever really be a vet, or a doctor of any sorts, just not my cup of tea. But I would love to hear your answers.
by Don Ship 7 years ago
As a child, what did you want to be when you grow up?
by Bill Russo 5 years ago
What did you want to be when you grow up? Did you make it?I remember thinking one time that I wanted to be the guy that stuffs the cotton into the aspirin bottles. I never got to do that ! When I was six I wanted to be a cowboy. Have not done that yet either! I still...
by Silver Poet 7 years ago
What did you want to be when you grew up, and did you become it?
by Patricia J Dorantes 2 years ago
When you were a kid, what did you want to grow up to be? Why?Just so, what did you want to grow up to be? Did you become what you wanted?
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