Ever since I was a little child, I’ve always dreamt of becoming a teacher. Standing in front of a classroom enlightening the youth of today seemed like an intriguing career at first -- until I actually practiced presenting in front of a class. In contrast to my desires, and seeing how much I actually despise children, I learned that teaching probably wasn't my forte.
I started to rethink about what other hobbies I enjoyed doing or took interest in. Then that’s when I considered becoming a veterinarian. I love animals and I love being around them, so why not consider it? Nevertheless, over the years I realized that no matter how much I adore animals and want to help them, I'm not cut out for the job. I, yet again, started to question what career field I could possibly go into since the whole vet thing wasn’t going to work out either.
From that point I seriously started to wonder what I could possibly do. I didn’t have much time left to make a big decision. And that's when that's when it hit me. My destiny was to become an animator. It was just a small hobby at first drawing; it went from drawing small little animals to having the idea of studying to become a storyboard artist for a large animating industry. But over time, I realized that no matter how much I draw or animate my chances of becoming an animator was rather slim.
For the past three years I thought I was going to get better at art, but I realized that I just mainly enjoy it as a hobby, not for show. I needed to point out the few