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PostSubject: Don't You like how life Always throws you a curveball? - Post things that didn't go as planned and react to others' here! -    Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:10 am

So here is how things turned out for me. But first! you need to know what my plan was.

Soooo when I was 15, (almost 20 now) I had my mind SET on living in Japan. My plan was to go study abroad in Japan as a High school student (my parents would have given me a debit card to help pay for things till I get a job.) and eventually move out of my foreign exchange student residence and do what I needed to do to live in japan. I wanted to learn fluent Japanese, find a nice guy. well, you know how that story ends.

Here is what didn't go according to plan. I met a guy here I love you We quickly started dating and well... before I had my dad pay for everything I needed... I had to choose between my new boyfriend who at that point I realized I loved and following my dream. I stuck with my man.

I'm still with him and in fact, we are engaged and we will marry after we are both done with college and working steady jobs. I am now in my 2nd year as a nursing student and he is in his first year as a mortician student.

I never pictured my life to be like this. Sometimes, I do regret not going at least for 1 year to study abroad. But, I think I made the right choices and I am very happy now :3

But I still have a longing to at least visit Japan on vacation for 3 weeks! I want to visit Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto, Hokkaido, and anywhere else I decide! I want to go and see momusu LIVE there! I've already seen them live at AX but I want the real deal! I want to eat at yummy restaurants, See the sakura bloom! I even want to see the rain there! I'm going to continue practicing Japanese, work on loosing weight, and when I am done with nursing school and I have saved up enough money, I want to travel there with my fiance :3

That is my goal! Anyone else have any ironic stories or goals they want to share?
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PostSubject: Re: Don't You like how life Always throws you a curveball? - Post things that didn't go as planned and react to others' here! -    Wed Sep 07, 2011 11:50 pm

Congratulations Sammi!! -cough Japan honeymoon cough- XD

So here is my plan.

When I was about 8 I decided I wanted to become a singer, I always sang to my Hilary Duff CDS and danced around my room, when I entered 7th grade I began to really get in jpop and I stopped listening to American music. In 8th grade I really decided I wanted to be a singer in Japan and I entered my school talent show and I performed just to see if I could get over my stage fright which I did. In 9th grade I decided that I would take it up a notch and the summer going into 10th grade I started fandubbing hoping I could improve and start small by doing it online.

So here's what happened where it didn't go as planned,

I had begun taking horseback riding lessons and absolutly HATED the horse, Luke, I was riding, but after a while of riding other horses instead and getting back on him I decided how well we had begun to work together and how much I loved him. In my sophmore year of highschool my parents leased him for me and about 3 months after, my dad bought him for me. My mom told me that if I moved to Japan I could never be a singer and so I had to make a choice. Either stay with Luke or be a singer. I chose Luke and began working on a new dream of owning a horse rescue ranch and becoming a horse trainer.

The day I posted Meroko's Dictionary Volume II, my parents told me that they had sold Luke and I was very depressed about it and even thought about quitting dubbing. I tried to listen to music and it just made me cry more about how sad I was that I had given up my dream for him and listening to my dubs I would cry thinking "How could I ever be this happy?!"

About a week after he was sold my friend sent me a message and told me about an audition that would allow international talent to sign under JYP, SM or YG. I realized that now that Luke was gone, I could go after my dream. I sent in my application and I'm ready to fail the audition but I'm not going to give up on this dream.

The current owner of Luke told me that I can come visit him any time, and I can ride him or work with him whenever I want. I can be close to Luke and still have my dream so it came out a happy ending, even though my parents are talking about buying me another horse. I'm like (I hate you, I hate you, I hate you, I hate you) but I think at some point all horse owners come to this point when they sell their horse or their horse dies and they move on and get another so I think I'll be ok but I'm still heartbroken over it.

So this is how my plan came out XD
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