In one year I see myself in high school as a sophomore with a high grade point average in my class. In five years I can see myself going on to college studying law and/or playing football. I’ve been doing a lot of both since the 6th grade. My mother wanted me to grow up knowing about different types of law. I like political justice and criminal justice, those are my favorites. Football was a sport that I realized on my own. But it’s really my backup plan if law doesn’t work out for me. In ten years I’ll probably be a father, but I don’t know because I’m still deciding. I’ll be at the top of my prime in law/football. Sending people to jail or protecting them from it seems to be a good cause. I’d like to live my life to the fullest and with either of these careers; I know I’ll do just that!
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