10 Years from Now

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10 Years from Now

By | March 2011
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Tiffany Philpot

Ten years from now……

When you say ten years from now, there’s a few things that come to mind. My plans and goals in life are very basic. We all know when growing up that we all wanted that fairy tale ending with the house, car, kids, and the dog. Ten years from now I plan to be raising my children, coming out of college with several degrees, and being happy.

Having a large family was something I always wanted. Now, I only have one child and she means the everything to me. Therefore, the next ten years we have a lot of growing to do. I am obligated to her education, making sure that she gets it to the best of her ability. I plan to have more children on day soon; I do not know when or with whom. My kids will always know, regardless of anything else, that mother was serious about their education. Raising kids takes more than ten years, but that has always been one of my dreams. I will do everything in my power to make sure that she gets the stability, security, and education needed.

School has always been an important goal in my life. Growing up I always wanted to attend college for at least 10 years to receive a law degree. Now that I’m older I realized that law is not what I want. I am interested in a B.S. and then an M.S. in Sociology, receiving a welding certificate, plus my C.D.L. license. I plan to work hard and finish college with at least my b/s in Sociology. I am a good listener. I like to understand people’s feelings, how they come to a point in their lives; that they need someone to help them cope with their feelings. The welding certificate is a family trait; the union came knocking at my door. The certificate only takes 60 days to receive. The only thing I like about the union is the benefits. I always wanted to own an 18-wheeler. My goal is to one day have my own truck business, that makes deliveries, trash dumpsters and removals. I know that I can complete these goals in less than 10 years. The next 10 years I...