Sunday, 22 April 2012

10 years time...

Sparked by a post by one of my mummy friends.  We had be doing a photo thread of us 10 years ago then now, Someone then asked........

 So where do I see myself in 10 years time....

Well I'll have a 12 year old and maybe one more certainly If S had her way.

I'll hope to be a successful writer (although only if I can get rid of this writers block to actually start) a scientist or working in IT. It seems after my trip to the careers advisors at college on Friday morning (I used to be a payroll manager and I know that I really don't want to go back to that career when S starts school, hence the trip to the careers people)  that science and IT suit me best. I have to agree as they are the only two interests that I have that I could possibly make some sort of career out of.

and I'll still be happily married to my best friend.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?


  1. I'll be scarily close to being half a century old!! Don't want to think about it. On the other hand, I'm hoping hubby and I will be making up for all those years of lost nights out as my son will be old enough to stay home and mind his sisters! Party on Old Bird - that'll be me!

  2. I love this. I asked my husband where he saw himself in 5 years while we were on our first date. We still laugh about it and then pause to think where we'll go in the next 5 years. How about to the moon... yeah, the moon sounds good.

    Following you from bloggymoms. Come "join the ride" at I promise all kinds of sweetness, ten years worth of sweetness.


  3. Hi there! Belfast huh? I have friends in Stormont! Small world! :)
    Where I saw myself being now 10 years ago is definitely not how it ended up, but I'm going to look forward and hope that in 10 more years I'm in a much better position, in social media full-time instead of part, happy, healthy and still very much in love with my darling husband. :)
    Glad I stopped in from the Bloggy Moms hop!

  4. Really Amy? It is a small world indeed I live 5 minutes away from Stormont.