I don't remember what I wanted to be when I grew up. I remember writing a lot about who I would marry and names of children I would have, but never about what/who I would be. Most kids have dreams of what they want to be. It was never very clear to me what my strengths were. I was shy, withdrawn, timid and a bit scared of most things.
I was always afraid to commit to things because it took so long to accomplish them. Like college. It seemed like so much time, but I remember the day I realized that four years had passed away and I could have been finished had I started.
That is when I made a decision to do something... anything.
That decision led me to a mission.
That mission led me to know me better. First time that I ever had a spiritual conversation with myself. And through a lot of learning experiences, I knew who I was.
That opinion has changed and wavered over the years, but I am still standing.
By the way... she loves Bob Ross. I love that she can say that and mean it with a straight face.