Those narrow goals, the ones that are thought out in excessive detail, happen to be my favorites. Being a trilingual therapist, writer, and philanthrapist in London who constantly travels around the world is probably my narrowest idea for my future. Having a sexily-accented British husband and two daughters is another goal of mine, but the word "hope" could be substituted in for the word "goal." Some of my more broad goals include traveling (I do not have all of my destinations thought out yet!), become more organized, and, of course, save or dominate the entire world. Some of my more funny goals include meeting the cast of Harry Potter, creating a four-tier, completely amazing, decked-out-in-elaborate-frosting-and-fondant cake, and holding a real human brain in my own two hands. Yes, I said HUMAN BRAIN!!!!!! This has been on my list for a while. The one thing I'm really known for at Aurora High School is being a brain, and ironically I would like to hold one in my hands. The idea of holding something that in turn holds knowledge is truly fasinating to me. Now, some of my more serious goals include publishing at least five books, donating my body to science when I die, getting Babygirl, my favorite dog/a very spunky white labrador, back from my dad, and going through my ten years of college without a massive debt. All of those reasons vary in time (short term, long term, or whenever I feel like it). And as much as I would love to name them all again to take up more words, I'm sure you don't want to read them either. One goal of mine is to do something that wasn't expected by myself. This goal would be like the mystery flavor dumb pop, my unknown. I know there is something I am going to do that is completely different but it's going to be perfect or at least as close to my definition of perfect as I will ever get. Lastly, my one goal that will guide my life is the goal that deletes that cliche, "What if?" I want to die with no regrets of anything in my life. I want to live my life taking chances and leaving no if's behind to build in the back of my mind.
Just like our fingerprints, I'm unique when it comes to my purpose. You will never find anyone who has the same goals as I do ( I doubt you'd find ANYONE else who wants to hold a human brain). But I'm okay with that, because I love who everything that is a part of me.