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Strange to say, however, I graduated from high school twice if you count a GED as a graduation of any kind.
I quit school when I was married at sixteen years of age. In 1983, I returned to take a GED course and then passed the test to receive my GED.
Instead of really feeling like an accomplishment, I just got irritated because a real high school diploma would open college areas and career areas a GED would not open for me.
In 1989, I returned to high school to earn my high school credits to graduate for real because
I could go on to be a doctor or an attorney, or whatever I could decide to become as a life time career.
There was more to learn than just the three R's. Completing high school taught me about consistency in life, having the will to complete a goal and the accomplishment of doing that.
Yes, many times I wish I had graduated high school much sooner but there are just as many ti