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To constantly research everything there is to know about the Disney College Program, the Disney Internship Program, and studying abroad in Australia at RMIT for Graphic Design. All of which are on my list of goals to accomplish before graduating in 2016. It may seem like a lot of work, but I’m determined to do it all. I really want to get as much experience in my major as possible so that once I graduate, I can finally (hoping & praying) land my dream job at a big design company in Los Angeles.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve wanted to move there permanently and get an awesome job in graphic arts/design. And maybe one day, even open my own company.
People constantly tell me that that’s “a bit out of your reach”. But you know what, I don’t care if you think that; it’s your opinion, but in the end, I’ll still do everything in my power to work toward and eventually accomplish my goals. I’ve always been strong willed, and overly determined. That’s a good thing in my book.
Working for Disney is something I’ve wanted to experience my entire life. I was practically raised in those parks. Especially in Disneyland in Anaheim, California. My Aunt lives half an hour away in Huntington Beach, and I absolutely LOVE it there. I spend my summers there so it’s my second home. Interning and working there will give me real life experience in my major and give me a taste of what it’s like to really live in SoCal. Perfect. And studying abroad at RMIT I think, would be the coolest experience. Learning to do what I love in so much depth at one of the best, most known designing schools in the world, would be an honor. Not to mention, I’ve always wanted to go visit Australia, and possibly, by the time I come back home, pick up a slight accent. (I can only hope. I LOVE Australian accents.)
I’m very goal orientated, can’t you tell? :P
All I want is what’s best for my bestestfriend. I know she’s most likely gonna see this, and I don’t want to offend or be rude to anyone, but I have to get this off my chest.
All I want is to see her succeed and do good in life. 10 years from now, I want her to look back on her life thus far and be proud of herself. And I want to be proud of her. I don’t want her to have any regrets, and I want her to work her butt off to get where she wants to be.
It pisses me off like no other that her parents don’t support her at all. Everything she wants to do, her parents tell her no. They don’t want her to go to school anymore because they’re afraid she’ll make mistakes. I honestly believe that not letting her go to school is the biggest mistake of all. How is she going to learn anything if she can’t experience anything for herself? Being her bestestfriend for my entire life, I support her 100% in wanting to do better for herself; and her parents should too. It’s her life, not theirs. And you’d think they’d want her to do the best that she can, but I guess not. And I will NEVER understand that, ever. She has so much potential, and could do SO well. I know that for a fact.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I respect her parents, as I do with every adult, but in this case, they’re being just plain STUPID. She wants to go out and make the most of her life, and all they do is hold her back. It’s time for her to spread her wings, and stand up for what she wants. Even if it doesn’t work out and she makes mistakes, at least she’ll know that because she TRIED. Dorming and college in itself can be a great experience, and I’d LOVE to share it with her.
I want you to know that I support you 100% in wanting to go to school. And I believe that you’d do so good if given the opportunity. I hope you’ll soon realize that even though your parents are your parents, they can’t control you forever. I hate seeing you so upset all the time, and I wish your parents could see that you’re not a little girl anymore. You’re almost 19 years old and are fully capable of making your own decisions. If you really want this, stand up for yourself. Prove to your parents that you can do anything you set your mind to and can be responsible for your own actions. TAKE CONTROL. It’s YOUR life, not theirs; and in the end, YOU are the only one that can dictate where it goes. If I were you, I’d apply anyway. PROVE to your parents that you can do it. Don’t let them suffocate you anymore. I know you love them, and don’t want to disrespect them, but there comes a time when enough is enough. I want you to show them and yourself that you can do this. I’ll be there every step of the way. I love you like a sister and all I want is to see you successful and happy.
<3 your bestestfriend in the whole wide world,
PRAYING this works out.
Searching for a new roommate is so stressful. But hopefully I end up with someone nice and who I can be good friends with. :) Anyone else having issues finding a roommate?
Getting stuff straightened out for school is so stressful. Not to mention super annoying because my mom gets all moody and irritating. I just want everything to be all set so I can relax and get excited for this semester.