Saturday, September 13, 2008

High Aspirations

Ainsley talks about what she will do when she grows up frequently (nurse-and I have another story about that later-but I have to take a picture) and so Hudson also thinks about what he is going to do, because she brings it up all the time.

So Hudson asks me, "Do you have to go to college to be a doctor?"


"Do you have to go to college to be a garbage man?"


"Okay, then I'll be a garbage man."

I said, "Your going to go to college no matter what you do because it is fun, it is just preschool for bigger kids."

He says, "Okay, so I'll go to college and be a doctor, and I'll just be a garbage man on garbage days, what day is that?"

I've heard most people do have 3 to 4 career changes. I wonder how many flip between garbage men and doctors?

1 comment:

Jenne said...

It wasn't until embarrassingly late in life that i realized that garbage men actually worked a normal 5-day work week. I thought all the garbage was picked up all on one day (Friday - our garbage day when I was growing up). And if that is the case, then there is PLENTY of time on your days off to pursue a career in the medical field.