Was anyone else's dream job as a child to be "nothing"? One day, our elementary school teacher told us to call out what we wanted to be when we grew up when she took attendance. When she called my name, I said, "Nothing." I knew I'd have to do something, but what I WANTED was to be nothing. I tried explaing it to her to no avail. She asked, "How would you get money?" I said, "I'd just have it, since it's a dream job, not a real one."
So I'm doing nursing because it pays well and I can do night shifts. They don't last as long and they pay extra.
Inspired by this Fmylife posting:
Today, my son's homework was to write a story about what he wants to be when he grows up. He wrote that he plans on being unemployed and living at home until we throw him out, then he'll live under a bridge. He's only 12, but already planning for a future as an unemployed bum. FML