What was the biggest dream you had as a child? Why or why didn't you look for it?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Austyn Aguirre



What was the biggest dream you had as a child? Why or why didn't you look for it?

My biggest dream was to enter show business. I think I was about 7 years old, when I realized that it was what I wanted to do and as I got older it didn't decrease. I had piano lessons, but I didn't like them. At 15, so to speak, I retired and began to play by ear, everything popular that I had heard on the radio, or the records that we had been playing.

At school they asked all of us what we wanted to become after we left. I said I wanted to play jazz at a nightclub. The word leaked out and it didn't go down very well! It was considered a bit outrageous. You were supposed to say you wanted to do s

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My biggest dream was to enter show business. I think I was about 7 years old, when I realized that it was what I wanted to do and as I got older it didn't decrease. I had piano lessons, but I didn't like them. At 15, so to speak, I retired and began to play by ear, everything popular that I had heard on the radio, or the records that we had been playing.

At school they asked all of us what we wanted to become after we left. I said I wanted to play jazz at a nightclub. The word leaked out and it didn't go down very well! It was considered a bit outrageous. You were supposed to say that you wanted to do something "sensible" like a typist, a nurse, or a teacher, something like that. You could say that she wanted to work as a shop assistant, for example, but that was not very ambitious. One of the girls went to work in a bank. All very sensible. .

I tried breastfeeding, but it didn't suit me. By then, in his spare time, he sang in places he went with friends. The band would let you try. I knew that was what I wanted, and despite everyone's opposition, I won a place in a local theater section of a university. But I couldn't cope with being suddenly homeless and being exploited by where I worked, a cafe / B and B run by Italians. By then he had found accommodation, although it was not ideal. There were a couple of people I could visit, close by, friends of the family, but it was difficult to handle. So I picked up sticks and went to London

I got a job (easy in those days) in hotels, living in, but I started to drift. Eventually I got married. It didn't work out, and then I met the father of my children and set out to raise my children. He didn't approve of any of the aspirations of show business, but when he died, then, karaoke came in. I really enjoyed it!

But it didn't lead to anything except that I loved getting up and doing it right. People said he had a very good voice. Who knows? I lost my voice and my nerves at the same time. Today I am not interested, I do not like the way show business is now. I am happy as I am with my 2 children. but at least, as my children said, I got up and sang in front of the people. Isn't that what it's all about? My children inherited their love of music from me, but eventually they lost interest too, I think we enjoyed it while we could.

Today, I look back and say, that was the week it was. I think there are much more important problems in the world as it is now, and I consider all that kind of thing superficial and superficial as the business itself is. Talent doesn't seem to come into that. Just a ruthless money maker that chews you up and spits you out. I could have been a lounge singer, but to me, it didn't seem much different from karaoke. . I hope I have answered your question, regards

I was always typecast as a creative when I was a kid.

I wanted to be like Jim Henson and be successful doing something creative, something puppet.

So, I went to college to study special effects, specifically animatronics, in 2011. Too bad they canned the animatronics portion without warning.

The course was very unfriendly with dyspraxia. I didn't make friends, I couldn't get my projects off the ground, I was failing at the only thing I was good at.

Everything was so stressful for so many reasons, that I was completely lost, with no idea what to do. I lost faith. Creativity became a chore to be resented

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I was always typecast as a creative when I was a kid.

I wanted to be like Jim Henson and be successful doing something creative, something puppet.

So, I went to college to study special effects, specifically animatronics, in 2011. Too bad they canned the animatronics portion without warning.

The course was very unfriendly with dyspraxia. I didn't make friends, I couldn't get my projects off the ground, I was failing at the only thing I was good at.

Everything was so stressful for so many reasons, that I was completely lost, with no idea what to do. I lost faith. Creativity became a chore to resent.

I lost all the passion I had for special effects in general, but interestingly, a certain group of animatronics gave me an unexpected interest in creating and coding games.

We'll see where that m goes in 2019.

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