Okay, so Im 18, which is clearly not 'mid teen'.
But the point is Im having a (mild) LIFE CRISIS.
Heres the thing.
I'm having doubts about the whole medical thing.
I mean, what I really want to do, is go to an awesome Uni/College like Vassar, study Creative writing and English and other awesome subjects, and then, if I have to come back to Paki, be one of those cool A level/Uni Level, English Lang/Lit teachers, who earn a good amount, have fun in teaching something that they love, and then, side by side, write the best YA Chick lit novel EVA.
But mostly I just want to study in the USA. And go to Vassar. And write a best selling novel.
Thats what I really really want. THAT is the number 1 dream.
But sadly, the number two dream is obviously much more ''sensible''.
Become a dentist.
Okay, so its not that I dont like the whole dentist thing. I like it. I mean, I would love to be a dentist.
When I was lil girly, my mom took me to the most awesome dentist ever.
He had a posh waiting area with a whole built in play house, not the plastic kind- but a playhouse with two proper stories, windows, fully carpeted and yes, a slippery slip.
I loved him, because whenever we went there, I always scampered up to the 2nd story and sat in the little room, (there was a light in there as well), and I sat there and read whichever book I'd brought with me.
Then when it was time for the checkup, the dentist ALWAYS gave me cool stickers at the end, which said things like:
Despite the cheesiness, I adored them. I also found his office to be pretty cool with stuffed toys all over the place, decorated with stickers and shit.
Maybe all childrens' dentists are like that, but thats the kinda dentist I want to be. The one with a special place for his patients, and pretty cute stickers for free and over all friendliness.
I think if I become a Dentist, I'll open a dental clinic for teens and preteens (dont like under tens that much). Even though I'm 18, Im still scared of going to the dentist.
But my dental clinic, will be the shizz, with Teens always Lovin' it. And thus it will make going to the dentist slightly less daunting for pplz like moi.
But I think I've completely gone off topic here.
I want to be in a liberal arts university, but I also want to be a dentist.
Does that make sense?
The sad part is, it doesnt really matter because I didnt apply anywhere abroad, only to Simon Fraser, and that too, just for fun, and guess what? I GOT IN.
But my Dad wont ever send me there so, there is no point in doing a victory dance over that anyway.
I'm sleepy now.
Looking back, this post is neither funny, nor does it make sense, but if you read it, well, thanks.
U A 2ROO FOLLOWER.
K. I'm gonna go now.
On a more coherent note, I'm reading two books at the moment, one on ebook, the other on regular paper:
Both are really good so far. Click on them to know more about them!