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Feb 05 2008

what to be when i grow up

Published by Meghan at 6:01 pm under Babble,Crochet,knitting

i’m having to face the possibility of another career change, and i have no idea what i want to be when i grow up. isn’t that funny? how many people stay in the field they originally thought they wanted to be? when i was growing up, i wanted to be a band director. i love music, and i love teaching it. after years of school, and trying it on for size, i found it just wasn’t my thing. i love music and i love teaching it, just not on the scale that is required by a school. in short, i prefer 1 or 2 students at a time, not 1 or 2 i do mortgages. not interesting, but it pays the bills. and i do it well. unfortunately, that field is drying up now as well. so now? i have no idea!  knitting is going well….i’m going to set the socks and owen’s sweater aside tonight and work on my scrap afghan. i like crochet. just comforting to me. sometimes you just want to “revert” for comfort, ya know? crochet does that. i don’t have to think about it, my hands know what to do.  yo, poke through, pull up a loop……… 

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  1. Laurenon 08 Feb 2008 at 10:16 am

    My Mom still says she doesn’t know what she wants to be when she grows up. She’s undergone so many career changes in her lifetime, too. She seems pretty happy at State Farm… same w/ my Dad, he didn’t ever aspire to work for pop companies or to work at a security systems distributor.

    Brian doesn’t know either. Once grad school/being a professor was yanked out from under him, he really has lost his way. It’s very frustrating for him because it’s so hard to figure out/start a new path in a college town that’s flooded with overqualified people.

    All I know is that I want to be a teacher, at the college level. So far that’s panning out, we’ll see, right? Who knows if any of us end up working jobs we really care about. Blah!