Music: Johann Strauss II - The Blue Danube Waltz
Theoretically speaking, if I have a TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space)
or any machine that is, that has the capacity to bend time and space,
I would probably go back to my childhood
and study like there’s no tomorrow.
Or probably I won’t.
I’m quite unpredictable in my actions as a child.
All joking aside though, I’d do just that.
Study and be smart enough so I can pursue my dream
to become an astronomer, or an astrophysicist, or a biologist.
Become a contributor, not just a receiver.
Growing up I am not exactly a genius but I am different.
I remember that I like to read a lot.
Mostly stuff about space and the cosmos,
as well as about famous people like Newton and Galileo.
I think I’m the only person in my class
that wrote down astronomer as a dream career.
I was frickin' eleven years old.
Oh, sweet naïve me.
I feel like slapping some sense
into that sweet naïve me, if I could.
Yes, that’s probably the first thing I do once I travel back in time.
Slap myself senseless in the face.
And then study very hard.
Sadly, there’s no such thing as a TARDIS.
Or a time machine.
Or time bending.
And one more thing.
I don’t think I would want to go through puberty… AGAIN!
Once. Is. Enough. Thanks.