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First, let me start by saying that as a 21-year-old, I haven’t had very many life experiences. However, I have made a few bad decisions. Two of those decisions have kept me motivated to finish what I started and work hard to achieve the goals that I have set. They influence me and help me to remember that I need to be patient and listen to what God is telling me. Needless to say, for a while in my life I was not willing to listen to anyone. During my tenth-grade year of high school, I found myself involved with the wrong crowd, and school was no longer a priority for me. I skipped school and classes regularly, was suspended, and eventually became expelled. I then attended an alternative school for a while, however, towards the end of my 11th grade year, I dropped out. This was the worst decision I have ever made. I quit caring about life and did whatever I wanted, until I …show more content…
I did everything I could to make it through to the end of the program, because I couldn’t let my daughter see me quit. After I graduated from the program, I quickly enrolled into a vocational college. I googled all the colleges close to me and applied for the first one that popped up. Halfway through vocational college, I realized that what I was doing wasn’t what God had in store for me. I was passing classes, but it just wasn’t something I wanted to do. Although, I was determined to finish, and I made it all the way to only 80 hours of my externship remaining, I was forced to quit, due to issues with my second pregnancy. So, again I found myself in a similar situation but this time a 20-year-old pregnant, dropout. However, this time I was given several chances to go back to school, but I never took them because I knew it wasn’t what I wanted. I didn’t know what I wanted and I hadn’t taken anytime to think about it, I just wanted to be doing something cool, while providing a life for my kids and

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