Thursday, November 5, 2009

When I Grow-Up!

When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a "baby doctor." I liked babies, I liked going to the doctor, (I know, I know, how weird was I?) so logically I wanted to be a baby doctor. I wanted to be a pediatrician, all the way until I started taking medical classes years later. At that time I realized how terrible I was with blood and pain. I couldn't STAND seeing others in pain, and blood made me pass-out. Neither of those things go with being a doctor.

So, I went through other options. A teacher? A chef? A full-time student?

Well, as of now, I am a full-time student. I've been one for the last eight years. Seriously. I just couldn't make up my mind, so I've been through every option possible.

And now, you ask?

Now, I am five classes away from being in the field of communications, public relations, to be more specific.

I found, through trial and error that I can talk like no one's business. I write semi-well. People tend to respond well to me. I have a "great personality," so I am told. And I love to write! I love it! LOVE it!

So, here I am, finally figuring out what I want to do when I grow up. I'm in my next to last PR class, which is why I have this little blog. As a part of an assignment, we had to create a little ditty and include THREE blog entries. Not too bad, considering my OTHER blog has over 600 entries (yea, I had to whip out the calculator to figure that out! See, I am much better with writing than I am with *logical* things.)

This class has been interesting. I have enjoyed learning about the various types of PR writings and learning how to effectively create those writings. I will get more in depth about those types of writings, in my next two entries. Until then, enjoy the shameless plug, for my other blog! :)


  1. Brittany you are so funny. I enjoyed reading your blogs. YES, you are a writer. Your writing here in your blogs grabs the attention of the reader in a way that would make us want to read more. If you haven't done so already, you should look into writing some short stories and/or publish a book. I think you will go far in publishing books.

  2. I really enjoyed your blog, especially this entry. I can tell that when you write you put yourself into your audiences shoes. You become one with them. Getting personal is a great talent and gift for that of a writer. Good luck in the future.