March 3rd, 2011
In 10 years
They say in one’s life we all make choices, but in the end, our choices make us. You’re about to embark with me unto the long, curvy road of my life, and Watch upon it as it unfolds through my eyes. This is my life as I see it will be ten years from now. I have most of it planned out already. This is my story.
Right now I am a junior in high school, barely contemplating about how my life will be like until now. I have a lot of friends that I would severely miss after we moved on, and met a new set of friends. I tried to keep as many as I could. Many of my friends were going into the armed forces. And no matter how much my family disapproved, I was thoroughly thinking about it. But for the time being I was working as a mechanic for my father’s dairy. Personally I think I got too much slack when working there, but eventually I would learn to respect my job more. I’ve gotten a first car, I planned on graduating, and I also expected to go to college. So far my life looked as clear as a newly crafted window.
10 years had passed, and I graduated college. I got to prove my low expectant father wrong and it was the best feeling in the world. My mother was overjoyed because she had always expected much of me. She always was more than just a mom to me, she was a friend. As of now I am working as an engineer for dairymen and anyone who will hire me. I am a proficient welder which gives me, a very well deserved, high pay. At that time I met the girl of my dreams. She is beautiful,
honest, and loving woman. Her personality is to die for however which is the best part. We became married eventually and had one child. Over the years I grew extremely well attached to my son. We are very good friends now, just like me and my mother. Eventually, however I would decide to go into the military shortly after.
People were asking me what branch I would go into, however, no...
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