I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up. There is not anything that interests me very much at all. whenever we talk about what we want to be or at least a rough outline, I still have pretty much nothing to say. I wonder if throughout high school or even in middle school I’ll find some thing that I might want to do for the rest of my life. My dad actually asked me this question and when I told him I had no clue, he listed off names of maybe interesting jobs for me.  A dietitian, a teacher, or some sort of fancy name for somebody who studies horses(?). I still am clueless and now I’m just stressed and frustrated that I’m not going to be prepared and know what to do. Ms. Haseltine says to follow your our path and do the things that you are passionate about. I’m not Passionate about anything really accept that I don’t want to be lost. I’m passionate about getting want I want and need and working for it, but, I have a problem. I don’t know what I want. How can I go on my path if  I don’t know what my path is? I know I have a long way to go, But I can’t help but be stressed about this. When something is bad or wrong in my life I go and work at it so it can be fixed. I can’t really fix this right now. And it’s making me stressed it’s kind of building up and I have to deal with it. Until the day that I have it all figured out, I’ll be waiting for revelation.

-P.S.-This was done very late.

3 thoughts on “Frustration.

  1. I hear the frustration in your voice. This is such a thoughtful blog post. You are being so reflective! Here’s the good news…ready? You don’t have to know your passion now! It’s ok not to know. I didn’t know until I was in my early twenties. Be open to different experiences and learn about different things. I have complete faith that you will find your passion. You will follow your path! It will be a glorious one too! Trust me…YOU Matter!

  2. I believe that the person you were talking about when you were referring to horses is a hippologist
    (yes it’s a real word)

  3. I really like that you wrote about the feelings you’re going through and unlike others they were not just happy feeling it gives your readers a chance to feel the reality you’re facing. I feel like any other sixth grade student (including myself) could relate to the stress your feeling. thank you for sharing.

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