Pandora said:Mee too! Although that ended when my parents got a subscription to National Geograpic. Then I wanted to be a photographer for them.
PancakeWagon said:I honestly had no real aspirations. My secular employment was not really discussed to any great extent as I grew up. I believe that when I was taking 6th, 7th and 8th grade, the teacher of my 7th grade social studies class asked us what we wanted to be. I said machinist because that is what my dad did. He said how about mechanical engineer. I said OK. And that's pretty much how I ended up where I am today.