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Drew – How do you see your future?

Drew – How do you see your future?

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It depends, within a week I’ll be deciding whether I’m going to go back to school. And last November, I had a conversation with somebody who reminded me that I like school, and reminded me that I enjoyed my time on the debate team when I was in h... Show More

It depends, within a week I’ll be deciding whether I’m going to go back to school. And last November, I had a conversation with somebody who reminded me that I like school, and reminded me that I enjoyed my time on the debate team when I was in high school and they reminded me that at one point in my life I considered being a lawyer. And that led to grabbing a book on the LSAT just to see how I would do, and reading the book, and taking a few sample tests. And then I took the LSAT just to see how I would do, and I did pretty well, and applied to a couple of law schools ,and got into my first-choice law school, which is Georgia State, right, it’s close. And so I, within the next week, will be deciding whether I’m actually going to pursue that because I am 55, I’ll be 59 when I finish. I don’t know how much more work I’m actually going to want to do at 59. So, it may not be worth all the time investment, but it might also stave off Alzheimer’s for three or four years, you’re learning something new. So, I think there’s a real good chance that next month I’m going to be at least giving it a try for a semester, or a year, and seeing what I think about it after that.

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Drew – How do you see your future?

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Injured in 2006 at age 44, quadriplegic
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It depends, within a week I’ll be deciding whether I’m going to go back to school. And last November, I had a conversation with somebody who reminded me that I like school, and reminded me that I enjoyed my time on the debate team when I was in high school and they reminded me that at one point in my life I considered being a lawyer. And that led to grabbing a book on the LSAT just to see how I would do, and reading the book, and taking a few sample tests. And then I took the LSAT just to see how I would do, and I did pretty well, and applied to a couple of law schools ,and got into my first-choice law school, which is Georgia State, right, it’s close. And so I, within the next week, will be deciding whether I’m actually going to pursue that because I am 55, I’ll be 59 when I finish. I don’t know how much more work I’m actually going to want to do at 59. So, it may not be worth all the time investment, but it might also stave off Alzheimer’s for three or four years, you’re learning something new. So, I think there’s a real good chance that next month I’m going to be at least giving it a try for a semester, or a year, and seeing what I think about it after that.

Drew – How do you see your future?
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