I'm sure every once in a while you think about your future if you're still in school. I've always had some idea that my life was steered more towards fine arts, but I was and still am afraid that I'd never make it. Isn't there like some stupid 'crisis' going on in the artistic realm about not having enough people buying art? The problem's probably always been around, and I'm not saying that I really want tons of money for any art that I draw, sculpt, paint, whatever. I just don't want to end up on the street with nothing, y'know?
This past Thanksgiving, I got to know my aunt who sells her grandmother's artwork for shitloads. Her grammy was like some big time artist at the turn of the century-- anyways, I got to talking to her about my future, and I mentioned being a Curator. Suddenly, she bursted out, rambling on and on excitedly about all her connections. Win. WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN! I guess I'm so happy because I've never really been secure with my future, which can always change because I'm only a freshman in highschool.
I could talk about this for a while, but I really need to get to starting this essay that's due tomorrow. If I actually want to have a future I should probably start worrying about college now; connections later.