My childhood dream was to wear #10 for the Montreal Canadiens. My father was a huge fan, as was my grandfather who tragically passed away while
watching them win the Stanely Cup in the 60's at a young age. My father named me after their favorite hockey player #10 Guy Lafleur, and I have
grown to be a huge fan. So my boyhood dream was to lace them up for the habs!
mine was always to go to the united states and see the statue of liberty
even so my prespective on some americans have changed after reading what some people think on here i would still like to go and see it
My dream was to be an astronaut, But instead I'm a world class Chef who can do computer repair to the solder level and I write short stories and
poetry and play the guitar and write my own songs. And in my spare time I investigate UFOs. Also ametuer astronomer.
And no my name is not Clark Kent or Buckaroo Bonzai.
I wanted to pitch for the L.A. Dodgers. Not to toot my own horn ( ) but I was a damn good pitcher through high school but I effed up my right
shoulder and never got it back again. I could of had major surgery, but I had lost the drive to keep pitching and since my shoulder didn't bother me
doing everyday activities I just blew off baseball altogether. There's still a part of me that wonders how far I could have gotten. Now I just like
to watch baseball and .
Well I always wanted to be a scientist of no particular sicence. So far it seems to have worked. Now-a-days I want to be an author that actually makes
money and that seems to be working too(Tho I have yet to make a dime writing). I'd say I'm doing pretty well with my dreams.
My childhood dream I guess you could say was to be a history teacher or a genealogist. I'm working on a degree in computers, but my hobby is
genealogy. I've found interesting people in my family tree, and I've got nearly 10,000 people listed.
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