- When you were five, what did you want to be when you grew up? Did it happen? See all answers
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- August 16, 2012 by hibernationnow
- Fireman? Ballerina?
- Taranaki St. Free Kindergarten, Wellington
A Kindergarten teacher.
I always loved little children, still do and I know I have a great way with kids, especially shy kids. I didn’t become a teacher because my roommates in college were always doing these art projects and I am NOT crafty.
Needless to say, I think it was a mistake because I would have been a creative and loving teacher.
Instead, I worked with grown-ups, counseling, hiring and doing negotiations. I should have stuck with the young crowd, they are so much nicer!
I wanted to be an archeologist/paleologist (spelling), but in my 5 year old mind, I figured by the time I had finished school and had my degree (my aunt told me how many years it would take to get a doctorate in that kind of stuff) EVERYTHING would have been found, lol.
Warm wishes, Laurie https://hibernationnow.wordpress.com
I wanted to be a vampire. I loved Dark Shadows! Yes, at 5, I know I probably shouldn’t have been watching it, but……I loved it!
I never had thoughts about what I wanted to be at 5 or 55. My life has simply unfolded. Learning how to make the most of it (whatever “it” has been) is always my challenge.
ALWAYS? you must have been fairly lucky then.