The future.

So I have finally decided what I am going to do when I leave school. I have wanted to be so many different things over the years but this I know I want to do because I just know. I am going to be a paramedic. Yeah I don't have to spend four years studying or have to have a PHD at the end of it but I get to help people. There is courses I have to take and training and exams I have to do but I get to help people. I get to do something that I love. I wont be stuck inside sitting at a desk all day every day I get to be outside. Yeah I know it will be hard and there will be times when I wont be able to help people and I will have top do that but I will be able to help people there will be times where I will be able to make a difference in a persons life and that is what I want to do. I want to help people and that is what I am going to do. I am going to help!!

This has become my dream to become a paramedic, to help people and to be happy doing the job that I want. I don't care about having loads of money just enough so I can pay the bills and have a house enough to support myself and my family and I will be happy. This is what is going to make me happy in the future. Leave my past behind but not forgetting that it is the reason that I am the person that I am today and that it is the reason I will become a paramedic.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Siobhan,
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Let me just say that you have opened my eyes and made me see, you have touched my heart like no other and I will never forget this blog, and I will never forget you.


Siobhán said...

thank you :)

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