The Deer

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Diego Huarcaya-Pro
4/17/2016
En realidad, yo no sé qué esperar para el futuro , pero tengo algunas ideas y escenarios de lo que podría suceder.Creo que mi futuro puede ir bien , echarse a perder , o en algún punto entre los dos dependiendo de muchas otras cosas . Si continúo trabajando muy duro y disciplinarme me gustaría seguir mis estudios en la NAU . Estudiando en NAU estoy seguro de que mis amigos y yo compraríamos una casa y viviríamos en la casa el resto de nuestro tiempo juntos en NAU. Si sigo el trabajo duro es de esperar que seré capaz de graduarse con una licenciatura en negocios gestión con un grado menor en español. No me cabe duda de que me encontraba trabajando con mi padre haciendo tablas de surf para una pequeña cantidad de tiempo directamente de la universidad , mientras que encontrar un trabajo. Me gustaría encontrarme trabajando en la industria de los deportes de acción y amante en algún lugar de San Diego cerca de donde crecí . Si yo decidí que no iba a estudiar en NAU más yo iré a California a algún de los estudios en un colegio comunitario y conseguir un trabajo. En California no me gustaría hablar con tanta gente y dudo que satisfacer a tantas personas nuevas y no tendría casi tanto diversión como si me quedaba en NAU . Para asegurarse de que no me deprimo con el mismo ambiente durante demasiado tiempo es muy probable que viajare siempre cuando puedo para asegurar que esto no suceda . Si me movía de vuelta a casa me gustaría tomar ventaja de vivir con mis padres para ahorrar dinero para que yo pueda vivir por mi cuenta , poco después de regresar. Me gustaría tratar de conseguir un trabajo , pero , por supuesto, sería mucho más difícil sin un título universitario y se necesitaría mucho tiempo para conseguir una carrera…...

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