I Am A Civil Engineering

1295 Words May 1st, 2015 6 Pages
As a kid, day and night I would draw. I would draw everything, from dinosaurs to cartoon characters like Johnny Bravo. The pencil was my favorite toy, and I couldn’t be kept from it. Even though I would draw the average kid stuff, my favorite things to draw were cities. I would fill papers with different types of structures; skyscrapers, bridges, and houses. It always amazed me to see what I could come up with. There were never limitations and I could build anything I thought of. As I grew up, I lost my love for drawing but never for designing. I love building web pages, using different types of codes. I realized what I loved what going outside the box and never being limited. But the decision to be a civil engineering is recent. When I started college, I thought I wanted to be a businessman. Accounting was the class that changed my mind, I realized it was boring and I didn’t want to stay in an office 24/7. I decided engineering might be the career for me, since I would still be messing with numbers but also be able to use my imagination. My mother was the final push to me changing, she didn’t like my business major and when I told her I was thinking about changing, her face lit up and she said she wanted that all along. I lost 6 credit hours, I was really sad about that but I know it’s going to pay off in the future to change my careers. I don’t think I’m going to change majors again. It depends what kind of branch or company you choose to work for but what a Civil…
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