It's Never Too Late to Move Forward
My mother took ill and brought me to Washington DC and then left me to take care of myself, and I had a fear of going to school because I was fearful of my underage, that the school system would lock me up. Mind you at the time I was only 16, and didn’t want to go to jail.
So over the years, I was able to find work and learn to keep my mouth closed and learn the job well, from security to sales, and I made more money than a person working as lawyer, and I took care of our three daughters over thirty years.
Then it dawned on me that our daughters had passed me in education. And before I pass on, I would like to complete this and go to college. Time is not on my side any more. This will allow me to go the next step in my life.
Steven from Maryland, GED Student