i want to make this a profession now

mortalghost  asked:

70...84...86...AND...wait, that's it for now...

70 Is there a profession you picture your future spouse doing?

I was never super picky about it. To me as far as income goes that he has a stable job and makes a decent living because that’s a job that I’m looking for myself. Plus if there were kids involved I’d want to see if I could try to work from home. I guess that could also be decided by who makes more money? Point is, is that as long as he had a good job and stable job with a decent living so he and I could both live comfortably together and support other people if need be besides ourselves. I guess this is the long answer of I’ve never thought about what my future spouse would’ve done for a living.

84 Can you hold your breath without holding your nose?

Lol! Depends actually…if I’m under water no but if I have to hold my breath say I had a hiccup then yes I can.

86 DJ or band at a wedding?

Hmm that’s tough. Band I suppose but they would have to learn all of the songs I would want them to play for a wedding. It would have to be whatever is cheaper though because there are some songs that I would really want to be played.

Haha you can ask me as many questions as you want. (:

anonymous asked:

That fill for the person believing no one could love them is me. I always make self depreciating jokes about how I'll never be loved because I'm used to it? If I didn't laugh about it I'd probably get upset.

I understand what you mean, I do the same thing sometimes but in regards to my profession. I have like zero self-confidence when it comes to achievements (it all just completely horrifies me tbh!) so it is much easier to joke around and say you suck than actually think about it. 

But I want to guarantee you right now that you’re lovable. Even if you don’t feel it, you absolutely are and that doesn’t have to be in a romantic way either. You are lovable and you are worth it, I promise.

One of You

I’ve made it, right?
Color my hair, cut it short
straighten my teeth, bleach them white
get rid of that dark hair
it makes you uncomfortable
profess in english
know all the words
speak so well
read all your books
all your history
I am a part now, right?
I can hide from my skin
I can pretend that I am just like you
I’ve done it for so long
rejecting any notion of difference
even as a child
despising the mother tongue
no i don’t want to speak that!
I don’t want anyone to think I am like the other

alien people
coming here
with strange customs
strong smells
and accents that can only be comical

I can laugh at them too
I am not like them!
I can pretend
surround myself with whiteness all my white
and lovers.
In the end
I am the one who lost
any sense of identity,
any ancestry
I have lost my difference
and I am neither here nor there I can see now
that i will always be seen
first by my looks
then maybe someday
by my mind
and always on the outside.

ahloed  asked:

I'm going to be a senior in high school and I'm thinking about going into a pre-med track for college. The only thing that is worrying me is that I won't have those "fun life experiences" a 20-something is supposed to have. I don't have many friends now and I want to make sure I experience everything this world has to offer. I've read that med school is A LOT, but I've also read that being a doctor was the most fulfilling profession out there. Did you have to overcome similar apprehensions?

Medicine is a fulfilling profession for people who actually love medicine. For those who go into it without that love, it’s miserable. Every profession can be fulfilling if it’s what you are called to do. 

Yes, med school is a lot of work, but you won’t miss out on all your funtimes. You can have plenty of fun. You just have to plan for it ;). I’m 28 and a homebody, and so far in my 20s I’ve:

  • gone to college
  • gone to medical school
  • gone to residency
  • did some light (and heavy) doctoring
  • travelled to 4 countries- alone to 3 of them
  • spent a total of almost 6 months abroad
  • visited New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Memphis, Tulsa, Little Rock, New Orleans, and others
  • bought a house
  • bought a car
  • made a half dozen or so life-long friends. 
  • got a cat
  • read tens of thousands of book pages
  • watched way more tv than I should have
  • logged hundreds of miles on a bicycle
  • hiked
  • beached
  • camped
  • went to the top of Machu Picchu
  • ate guinea pig, alpaca, durian, sting ray, goose, buffalo milk, goat, cow brain, and waay too many fish who still had faces.
  • cleaned up after hurricanes and tornadoes
  • volunteered my skills as a physician at home and abroad
  • went stargazing in Africa
  • kayaked among dolphins
  • planted gardens
  • sang karaoke in 3 countries
  • shook Chuck Norris’s hand and lived to tell about it
  • threw some parties
  • went to some parties
  • people-watched at flea markets with buddies
  • went to wine tastings
  • climbed the 272 steps of the Batu Caves
  • went on a road trip with a buddy
  • cooked for friends
  • got snowed in
  • nearly died in a plane crash
  • nearly died from a falling tree
  • got a little altitude sickness
  • had surgery
  • peed myself from laughing
  • lived without electricity or running water
  • late night Waffle Housed (many times)
  • went to dozens of concerts
  • tried the blogging thing (successfully?)
  • did some terrible public speaking
  • played in a really awful rec softball league
  • mastered a ton of new skills
  • worked some jobs
  • quit some jobs

And that, my friend, is just the tip of the iceberg.

Medblr buddies, respond with some of your funtimes for ahuihouu!

I think the thing that makes me happiest about Cr1Tikal, is that now that we know Charlie, there’s so much about him that’s really relatable. Seeing how much he’s revealed of himself, it’s gone from “mysterious, deep-voiced guy who plays weird games and say silly things,” to Charlie, who’s working through OCD, figuring out what to do with his life after college, and who shares weird shit with us because it makes him happy, and he wants to spread that around.

yeah, he says shit that makes me cringe sometimes,but I’ve seen self-professed Good Opinion Havers say worse shit. I’ve said worse! He’s silly, and sweary, and earnest in a way that a lot of other YT gaming channels have lost sight of, and his stuff has helped me through a lot of hard days, so I’m grateful for that. 

But since when did wrestling become exclusive to guys that wanted to wrestle their entire lives?

Because I can give you an entire page of wrestlers that never started out wrestling. They had other professions and aspirations before wrestling was even considered.

Just like literally every human being on this planet.

We all have different callings in life. Hell– I wanted to be a lawyer as a kid. But now that I’ve gotten older and shifted towards wanting to become a police officer, does that somehow make me undeserving to wear a badge? All because that’s not something I always wanted to do? Hell no.

So why the fuck can’t a football player transition to wrestling? Why aren’t they allowed to realize their dream later than others? When was that rule made? Because last I checked, wrestling was for EVERYONE. It’s not some elite club that you need a membership to. It’s a fucking sport.

One of my biggest pet peeves now a days is people “suggesting” what I should and shouldn’t draw just because “do you know HOW much money you’d make selling that?” “You really need to do this you’d make a killing!”

Look I get that art is a profession but I just dont want to turn out certain pieces just because they’re popular. My heart has got to be in it first and foremost, and If I’m not enjoying what I’m doing and doing it just for the money? I might as well quit right now, because that’s not right. 

I’m sorry but I dont want to be another Amy Brown drawing fairies all the time just because they’ll sell well.

/end rant

There was once a young man who, in his youth, professed his desire to become a great writer. 
When asked to define great, he said, “I want to write stuff that the whole world will read, stuff that people will react to on a truly emotional level, stuff that will make them scream, cry, howl in pain and anger!" 
He now works for Microsoft writing error messages.