Everybody has dreams, wishes and goals and sooner or later they get closer and closer to them. I have a dream that has become a goal in the past couple of years, and day after day it looks like a real island in the sea which I can reach with stamina, willingness and constant swimming. I believe, in most cases reaching a goal means to accept challenges in order to follow your dreams. My dream was to become a good photographer and day after day it has transformed into an ambition which I want to move towards. I do not want to be famous but good enough to have the opportunity to take pictures in the way I would like to. Also to show people a different point of view and help them find a new world in a single photo. Not being sure whether I am going to be really good or just another person interested in photographing, I am confident that if I am persistent it will seem more achievable than just a dream.
During the last two years I have been working hard in my country's (Bulgaria) Navy Forces and have been studying English as much as I can. So, with my family's financial help and my efforts to stay in the stream of the sensible acting, I am able to come here and attend Lake Michigan College. My wish now is to take an associate's degree and to transfer to a four year university. I will try to stay in that stream and give everything of myself, so that I can manage to take a bachelor's degree. In Bulgaria the standard of living is not as high as in the most countries in the European Union, thus to be educated abroad sometimes requires frantic attempts to save enough money, plenty of time to obtain a visa, and adequate preparation for the different people, culture and habits. I came to the United States because I am willing to finish my education in a different way than I would have in Bulgaria, in other language than mine, where I can choose the classes and the time to take them, which is not possible back home. In that way the English