‘Looking back on my life, I realise that I could have accomplished more in my past. When I recieved my GCSE results, I was proud of my self. I earned the results I had aimed for. I later joined 6 Form of the Isle of Sheppey Academy, to earn my A-Levels in Biology, English and History. Each of these subjects fascinated me. It felt like they would play a major part in my future. After two years studying I was now eighteen, and eagerly awaiting my results which could send me off to University. Ever since I was seven, I had already decided what I wanted out of life. I wanted to be somebody that spent his days among the animal. If I remember correctly, I wanted to be a vet at first But when I was 15, my job was fixed to me. An animal behaviourist. When I recieved my A-level results I was overjoyed, after so long of dreaming I could finally leave the Isle of Sheppey to study Animal management and behaviour. It was a hard job deciding on which University, so I followed in my older sisters footsteps and accepted to go to Anglia Ruskin. Three years had passed when in Anglia Ruskin, and I was qualified with a degree in Animal Management and Behaviour. It was hard but not impossible. For the next year I travelled through Japan with friends. We were always so fascinated by their culture. I even used my qualifications to study endangered animals over there. After years of working through different zoos, I finally felt pleased. I had worked in around 4 different zoos. It’s hard to leave a workplace after being there for so many years, but different zoos have so many different animals. I married at the age of twenty three, shortly after we had our first child. One year later, we had our second. And now, their both working hard. In towns outside of the village I reside in. I’m pleased with my life, but I think I could have asked for more.'