Saturday, January 15, 2011


There are only 97 days, 2 hours, 15 minutes, 34 seconds until I graduate college.
As the countdown begins for my undergraduate career,
I finally can say with confidence what I want to do in life.

After this incredible forum by Condoleezza Rice at BYU,
I know for sure that I want to

I'm not quite sure which path I will take to get there
(Masters in Education, Post-Bacc Teaching License, etc. etc.)
Or where I want to end up
(High School Government or History Classes...
Intro to Political Science at the Community College)

However, I know that teaching is what I want to do.
And I am happy.
The end.


  1. get a masters. then you look cool. and you're halfway there to being able to be a professor, which i have decided is the prime job in life.

  2. Really? Are you actually considering doing that? I think you should Horito. For reals.

  3. That's what I'm doing. One thing to consider though is that professors often have the "publish or die" noose around their necks. It all depends on the subject, really; maybe political science isn't as bad as chemistry. If you don't love research, you may not want to be a professor. I'm still trying to decide whether to go the professor route or the high school/community college way.