Goals Caleb birker

One day I plan to write and create an album with friends and maybe release it someday. This should take from 3 to 10 years.

I also plan to and am currently working towards serving my country through being an officer in the navy. If I receive a decent scholarship to Iowa State University I will go into the navy as an officer out of college, if not I will enlist in the navy and come in as an E 3.

After getting out of the navy or before getting into it I will buy a farmhouse in my home state of Iowa with (fingers crossed) my wife.

Who will I be?

After getting out of the navy I will be a better leader. I hope. That is who I will be, the man who can take charge of the situation and manage it effectively.

On top of that, I hope to become a father. Mostly so I can get the dad jokes but also for the characteristics that come with it.

What do I want to see?

I want to visit Ireland when I grow up. Mostly to see the drunken bar fights but also because I've always wanted to see it. I honestly don't know why, I just always have.

Another thing I want to see is the success of my family and friends. Mostly my kids and their kids.

WHAT DO I WANT TO HAVE?

When I grow up I want to have my own happy family all living together growing up in the country. This could take forever, or 10 years. God I hope not anything less than 5.

I also want to start my guitar collection. I don't really just want to have one type of guitars, but it will most likely be Les Paul's. I have already started and am currently on my first guitar.

WHere do i want to go?

I want to go to Memphis Tennessee to visit the Gibson Les Paul factory. I love Gibson's and Les Paul's are my favorite guitars so I think this would be worth my time. This will take up to 10 years.

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