• A blog about a smidgen of time each day and the hope you spend it with me

Monday, October 06, 2014

College Night








   Soooooooo, tonight was College Night at my Daughter's High School. This is where tons of different college representatives set up an information area for the kids and their parents.


At 6:30 the corridor was already full with parents and their kids. We were happy to be there and curious at what these Colleges had to offer.

                                              
                                                                     source


All of the representatives were helpful and friendly and full of enthusiasm. We gladly walked around to all the schools informational areas and asked questions. We were pleased with what we saw.


                     source







We have gotten over the "tuition shock" and have accepted that it's going to be rough, but with scholarships ( please God) and hard work and determination we can get through those years and help our daughter become a College graduate.

                                             
                                                                Source












Yessiree, We are going to be okey dokey

                                                      
                           source  






     



At the end of the college night, my daughter said " Sheeze, it looks like I'll have to get my Masters to work as an O.T. (Occupational Therapist) Thats 6 years altogether....If I added just a few more years to that... I could be a doctor....

                  I might as well become a Doctor...."  














Medical School?

                            
                                             source 





5 comments:

  1. Hmmmm...gazing into my crystal ball I see.....extra jobs, budget constraints....what fun. Hope she does well and remembers her parents sacrifices when the dust settles lol.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Haha, can't fault her reasoning. Plus, doctors can pay off their loans within a year or two of work - with enough to spare to upgrade Mommy and Daddy's home. Right? (I got your back, Joanne.)

    Smiles and hugs.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Tuition shock indeed. I hope she gets some scholarships.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Oh I know it's really pricey to get a good education in USA. I wish your daughter good luck, I am sure she'll be greatttttttttttt :). Kisses.

    ReplyDelete

I LOVE comments...I think I'm addicted to them! they are like chips...oooo chips....or chocolate....yum...chocolate. Or like......can ya tell I'm dieting? Please leave me a comment so that I can keep my mind off of snacks!!!