Post # 1
Also, what do you think you will be doing 10 years from now?
I was in 9th grade 10 years ago. I was a cheerleader and apart of the student council.
10 years from now I plan to be married, have a child or two, planning my 10 year anniversary trip, and a successful lawyer (or starting my own business with FH, which is our goal).
Post # 3
I was in 7th grade, in band and in chorus plus in honors classes. And actually I was a home room representative because one of my friends got everyone to vote for me and another girl we knew as a joke. 10 years from now I plan to be married, have two maybe three kids, and be successful in a career that I’m still unfortunately wavering on.
Post # 4
10 years ago I was in 7th grade, I was a cheerleader and played soccer
10 Years from now I hope to have 3 kids and a successful bridal beauty business! and still happily married to my best friend!
Post # 5
Awe that is sweet ladies!
I forgot to add that I was in honor/AP classes and very active in the church. Hopefully ten years from now I will still be active in the church, and a little closer to my hometown than I am now.
Post # 6
10 yrs ago I was 16 and in 10th grade. I was on the volleyball and soccer team and didn’t have a care in the world 🙂
10 yrs from now I hope to have 2 kids & still married to my now fiance. I also hope to be a successful insurance agent !
Post # 7
Um…. I was in 7th grade? I think… That was my pagan/”I think I’m a witch!” phase.I played in the orchestra as well as doing art and drama.
10 years from now, I want to have a masters degree, a position as a professor at a university and MAYBE start TTC.
Post # 8
I was in 7th grade, my last year in private school. I permed my hair (big mistake!) and played softball. Yikes, what a year that was.
In 10 years I plan to have 2-4 kids, finally be done with all of my degrees, and living in an owned home.
Post # 9
10 years ago I was in 5th grade! Crazy. Horses were my life back then. I would have lived at the barn had my parents let me.
10 years from now – hopefully will be done with grad school and a practicing clinical Psychologist.
Post # 10
It seems like we all are going to have some pretty great careers 10 years from now!
I still can’t believe that I was in 9th grade 10 years ago.
Post # 11
My Fiance and I started “going out” 10 years ago! I was 15 in 9th grade and he was 16 in 10th grade. hahaha. So funny to think about now. I ran track and cross country, was in honor society and band and chorus. In 10 years I hope to be a successful physical therapist (graduating this spring yay!) I also hope that I am a loving wife and mother!
Post # 12
@peaches1038: Congrats on your upcoming graduation!
Post # 13
@trugem: Thanks so much!! What kind of business are you hoping to start?
Post # 14
I was 14…so I was in high school I guess, probably getting into some kinda trouble and thinking I was wayyyyy cooler than I actually was.
Crazy how 10 years can turn your world around!
Post # 15
10 years ago I was a senior in high school. My school-affiliated activies were forensics and scholars’ bowl (quiz bowl). I worked part time at a small-town grocery store. I took dance lessons 2-3 times a week (pointe, jazz, tap, lyrical), and babysat 2 little girls on those nights. I was kind of a goth chick back then. I was dating my ex-husband; who was a varsity basketball player, so I spent a lot of times going to his games. I nearly lived in my car, and was driving about 600 miles a week between school, activies, work, and social life.
10 years from now, I expect to be married, have 2 kids, and live in the southeast of the US. I hope to have a career in holistic nutrition at that point. (I’m currently a web developer, but I want to eventually move into a career where I work with people more on a topic I am passionate about.)
Post # 16
Hmm ten years ago I was in secondary school, TRL and pop stars were my life and I was probably at that stage in life where I was obssessed with my second ear piercing.
Ten years from now I hope to be home with my best friend in the world, relaxing with our kids after a fulfilling day at work.