Hey guys! I think this was a long post coming. Here and there I’ve dropped little bits and pieces..I FINALLY figured out what I want to do with my life…lots of hard work…busy…Well, the time has come to discuss it.

My gosh, I feel like a 5 year old talking about “what I want to be when I grow up.” Well, I figured out I want to be a veterinarian. I don’t know what type specifically, but in my limited experience, I’ve loved it. Anyone who I’ve told my decision to who know me says, “That makes so much sense. Why didn’t I think of that?”


He loves me.

The crazy thing is that I was so unsure for so long about what I wanted to do, but ever since I made this decision, I haven’t looked back. I’ve never been so sure of anything, and I’m prepared to work extremely hard to make this happen. I discussed this possibility on the blog a year and a half ago-my gosh how I wish I had just decided then! But then I don’t think I would be as certain as I am now.

So what does that mean for me? On the plus side, I’m a Bio major so I’m not behind on the course work. On the minus side? I have a lot of experience to gain before I can apply. This quarter is looking crazy. I need to get lots and lots of experience hours while also keeping grades up, which is likely to be a lot of work based on my 1,200 page Physiology textbook.

This means I may not have as much time for blogging. I’m not leaving you guys, just know that I’ll have all that going on!


5 comments on “The Future and What’s In Store

  1. Sky @ Blonde Freedom

    I’m happy for you!! I’ve always thought being a Vet would be an awesome job. I have a friend who is in his 2nd year of vet school, but you’re right it takes a LOT of work and time. You can do it!! Sometimes life has to come before blogging so we’ll understand.

    1. astottler Post author

      Thank you for your understanding! I’m excited about this!

  2. rosedaughter1427

    I’m glad that you’ve figured out where you want to go in life! I’m pursuing a career in physical therapy, and I understand that any career in the medical sciences requires a lot of time and dedication. School and career come before blogging. We’re rooting for you!

    1. astottler Post author

      Thank you!

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