No. Here is the list of professions I originally wanted to pursue, starting at the age of 6...
I always said that I wanted to be Barbie, because she gets to be everything, just by changing her outfit!
Anyway, I started college as a comm. major, and after a year and a half, realized comm. was NOT the place for me. I decided I would change my major to something I was good at and enjoyed. I was good at science, and while I was slacking and pulling D's in my comm. classes, I was effortlessly making A's in my biology electives. For a week, biology was the winner. That is, until I flipped through the course catalog and looked at the nursing curriculum. A&P and micro looked reallyyy good! And clinicals? Oh, fun! Nursing it is! All silliness aside, I ultimately chose nursing because I've always had a certain fascination with the medical field, and I was more interested in learning about the human body, disease, pharm, and all the other nursing stuff that goes with it. I've completed the first semester of my school's BSN program, and I have no regrets with my choice!