I have to disagree with your second statement LInda. I will remember you for as long as I live....and I'm sure many other people will as well....The statement in the question didn't refer to generations to come...none of us will be remembered that long, very likely. But you will be remembered and loved by all who knew you.
One thing that I would change would be my need to be a perfectionist. At times it has hindered me just enjoying the progress I've made in whatever adventure I've decided to take myself on.
For being remembered I'd have to say that I'd like it to be that I made a difference in the world with my education in criminal justice and hopefully forensic science. I'm not looking for fame but to know that I helped at least one family get totaly closure would make all the educaiton that I have to go through all worth it.
Change: I would of accepted recording contracts for singing and would of made records. Now that I am getting older and the Sjogrens making my voice so graspy and now I cant hit the higher notes like i used to be able to. It would be nice to hear myself from years ago. I used to be able to break glass with the pitch of my voice. Now I am lucky to hit any soprano notes.
Remembered for: My walk as a christian, and my love for children all children. I do foster care and love all children. Most times people cant tell my bio kids from the foster kids because I think if you agree to foster than you agree to treat that child as your own which means you provide for everyone equally. Thank the Lord I have been blessed enough to do that.
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