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Day 2: Where I would be in the next 10 years
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 | 10:15 PM | 2 comments (+)

Okay, a fast forward to ten years from now, I will be around thirty or something. Whoa, quite a number. I imagine of having a happy family and bright kids. I dream of being a full time housewife who prepares breakfast and blows a morning kiss for my family, picks up my little ones by the time school ends and plays around with them at our spacious backyard, works as a private tutor so that I would have more and more kids with their loud voices all over my eardrums, spends quality time within the family on dinner time, sends my kids to bed with classic storytelling and probably some random sneaky dates in the midnight with my husband afterwards. Oh believe me, the list could always go on.

I won't be able to foresee the details, of course. We might not have a spacious backyard and I probably won't be able to pick up my kids after-school every day. I also might have to work from 9 to 5 to support the living. Or maybe just maybe I may haven't even met my other half yet by the time I reach thirty. Hahahaha such a plot twist. Cause of course we never know what the futures will bring. Either way, if you ask me on where would I be in ten years from now, you will always know where to reach me. Home.

Oh, I wonder if it will be pretty fun to reread this post in the next ten years. Maybe I should place a reminder to reread this on my 31st birthday.


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