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What did you want to be when you grew up?

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I wanted to be a journalist and I did it. How about you? What did you aspire to be and did you do it?

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One of these.
BIG TIME!....even now, I still have my dream.
I know it could never ever happen, but it's a dream that
never died.
I wanted to be a vet or architect. I didn't become either, but I'm happy with that ;)
A writer.
I always wanted to be a writer and I followed my dream. Published a fiction novel a few years ago and am working on a second one now.
by Gwen
I wanted to be a medical doctor. Couldn't get there. I still hope one day I can go back to school and become a doctor (or something close enough).
A mum.
I just wanted to be a wife and mum .. Oh and Barbie when I was about 8 years old
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