I had the great opportunity to attend college right after I graduated high school. My parents were able to pay for it without having to go into debt and I was proud to be the only one in my family to go this far. While it was tough some days, I got through with a solid “B” and treasured that diploma every day since!
From time to time, I have had the desire to take a class or two, but haven’t much time to pursue them. I did take a class in drafting at the local junior college when I first moved to California. I was working for an architect and thought it would help me. I was wrong. I left that job after about 3 1/2 years and went on to a very short-lived career in screen printing before landing in the wine industry for almost 9 nines.
Funny enough, when that career crashed and burned, I thought about going back to school online for my masters. In fact, I was ready to do it until I found out how much it was going to cost. I nearly fell off my chair. There went that dream.
I might revisit the idea of taking a class online, but not another degree. I’ll be content with my bachelors degree for now.
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