I almost forgot but thank God a high school batchmate reminded me. Being the “oh-so-good-at-dates” person in the batch, I’ve been blabbering since January that this year marks the 10th year since all of us met.
A very difficult topic since I’m still in a “quarter-life crisis” stage. I honestly still don’t have a clear idea of where I want to be 10 years from now. Hmmm. Scrap that. There are so many things that I want to do but I don’t know which path to take.
BUT… here’s something that I really dream about. I want to work in NASA and be a star spectrophtometrist. The universe has always been my fascination. I’ve always wondered what made the earth so unique that life exists here. I want to know what lies beyond the solar system and the Milky Way galaxy. The spectrum of stars tells a lot of story. They may just look like lines but if interpreted they can tell a lot about a star’s properties and the objects around them.
There’s a lot of mysteries that surround the universe but what excites me the most is the idea of discovering something that can be mind-shattering. 🙂