Extra Credit Blog
When we are young, between ages five to nine, we get starry-eyed and enthusiastic when we are asked about what we want to be when we grow up. These answers that vary painters to Presidents are truthful in our minds. However, to those older than us, we are being nothing but mere dreamers. This is not usually because they want to discourage us from pursuing our dreams, but because they are workers in realistic work fields and think they are looking out for us. Some parents/ guardians take it upon themselves to mention that these dreams are unrealistic and in this process, the enthusiasm levels sometimes drop in children and sometimes do not. This, I believe is a recurrent scenario in life that we cannot seem to avoid.
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