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TheWalrus (profile) wrote,
on 5-1-2008 at 1:22pm
It's a little unnerving, not knowing what's in store with the future. Should I do this? Should I do that? Which job makes my boat float? Do I have enough money to go to college and fulfill that dream? None of this I know, but everyday I convince myself I should just wait and see what's in store and hope for the best. But at the same time, I can't help but worry. Isn't this normal? Do most people feel like this? I'm sure they do... and I suppose I will until the future rushes into the present. So until then, I'll keep worrying, and maybe there'll be a day when I can put all of this to rest.
Later Days,
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05-01-08 3:48pm

College is always an option. The money springs up from various places. In particularly if your willing to fill out scholarship applications for a few hours each day.

Your profile says your from michigan - so if your worried about money - go to G.R.C.C. - its a better college than most universities (at least for the intro and begining classes), and the tuition rates cant be beat.

Best of luck and welcome to woohu.

p.s. - worrying = normal.

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05-01-08 4:56pm

Oh Trenton,

Welcome to my world? But all of this you already know. You sound like me last year. You sound like me now only now I don't have a lot of time to just wait it out.

And on the note of being normal... I'm not a very good scale to weight yourself against, sorry.

Later Days... :)

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05-01-08 6:59pm

Trent! You have a woohu!

It's entirely normal to worry. I didn't know I was going to go to an art school until halfway through my senior year and things are working out swell. I'm almost a sophomore in college and I still have glimpses of worry because I'm not entirely "set in stone" on what I want to do with my life. I have an idea, though. And the whole money issue... I'm certainly not wealthy and I'm attending a school that has a tuition of $32,000 a year. If you're willing to put in the effort for finding scholarships and apply for grants and student loans, then don't let money stop you from chasing your dreams.

I don't know if that will make you stop worrying as much, but I just thought I'd let you know that it's normal to be freaking out. (:

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05-02-08 11:15pm

Do we worry about college?

Yes. Yes.
(And he's right about the scholarship stuff.)

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