Graduation Day Memories

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It is graduation Day memories are being made tears of joy. This day will live in our minds forever. The friends you have made through the last twelve years. All of the classes and homework have prepares you for this day. The day quickly pass, and the morning after arrives, now what! What to do now? Do I go to college, or do I go get a job. This is the questions that I faced. I thought about taking a year off and just working. My Grandpa always told my Mother and Uncle to go to college learn a trade so that they would enjoy what they do in life. My parents urged me to stay with going to school so I would stay in practice with studying. There are pro’s and con’s to both options. Making the right decision will affect the rest of your life. Everyone should go to college just as I am, so they can learn career skills, plan for the future, and feel a sense of fulfillment or success later in life.
On one hand it makes perfect since to go get a job. Affect my tomorrow. You can’t do much if you don’t have cash. I wanted a job that would pay well. I faced the decision of whether I should join the service. I had my Heart set on it, but my parents were Leary of me doing so. I decided to make
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That knowing what career choices you look forward to college will help build on that foundation. Planning for the future helps smooth out wrinkles that you meet along the way, just look at me I have been planning my life out for some time and I still meet challenges along the way. There is always a rainbow after a storm; it is just making it through the storm (the storm being college and other choices made.)Life is only as much as you make out of it this is why I think people should go to college. As I advance in my education. I take in account that all the English, math, and science that one can get in before college is a great help later. That’s funny it’s just what my Parents told me who
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