Little about me Describe yourself as how you are and what your childhood dream is/was. Compare the two. You're to then explain what you think would happen if the two of "you" met (your dream you and you as you are). Creativity is a plus. Up to 10 points will be awarded on this task. Let's see. I hail from the large state known as Texas (or Texass). I live where I was born (Houston), which is neat. I've been homeschooled (along with my three other siblings) for most of my life, which is boring. I'm very Republican (can't vote, so what's it matter?) and very Christian (like most of the gents where I live). I've never had a girlfriend. Maybe I shouldn't have told you that. In real life I have a dry sense of humor, I'm genial for the most part, don't get angered easily, am very affectionate, very-easily addicted to things, and have bigger feet than most of you. I have two parents, and three siblings (an older sister and two younger brothers) My interests (like any of you are reading this far still) are paintball, reading, gaming, and the internet. Main task What I Was Like Then My childhood dream was to be a fireman. In fact, I was so into being a fireman, that when I got a fireman outfit for Christmas I stripped of my clothing in front of my relatives and put it on. My cousin asked (in a voice resembling that of Mickey Mouse's) "Can I blow your whistle? Can I? Can I blow your whistle?" "NO, I'M A FIREMAN." was my response. This was all caught on tape (which is probably the only reason I remember). I was extremely gung-ho in wanting to be a fireman, because I mainly liked to help people (and back then I wanted to be everyone's hero). I also listened to the Beach Boys and Pasty Cline. A lot. What I'm Like Now Nowadays I'd probably do well going into something like psychiatry. I'm not nearly as naiive (well, duh) as I used to be as a child, which is probably why my dream of being a fireman is gone. I still want to help people, so I suppose that desire is still there. If the two met... They'd probably get along for the sake of getting along (considering I'm not a mean person generally), but they wouldn't be too good of friends because the personalities are different in many ways, as are the interests. Personally, I like the way I am now better than what I was. I'm more aware of the things, events, and people around me. Fin.