Providing for your children and also yourself while trying your hardest to attend college can be very "nerve racking". We have all seen many people do it and i for one know that i can as well. My name is Kendall Parlor and i have about $10,000 that i must pay before my first day of college.
Since i was a kid i have always had the dreams of fixing cars. Its funny because no one in my family had chosen this career before but i have always wanted to. I have lived in Grand Rapids, Michigan my whole life and anyone who lives in Michigan knows that the winters, well the wheather in general are very nasty year after year. With that being said i have seen my fair share of cars that have been in terrible accidents. I have always wondered how do you go about fixing the car back to normal, from welding, bending the frame back, all the way to refinishing and painting the vehicle. I am so fortunate as an adult to have found Universal Technical Institute of Houston Texas.
Back in 2012 my mother passed away at the age of 44. i and everyone els alike feel that that was entirely to early but before she passed we always had long conversations of how i would better my future for my daughter and i. She always beilived in me wich made me in turn beilive in myself. I promised her that i would do everything in my power to make sure my daughter had everything that i did not and a little more.
I am relocating over 1200 miles for school and that is going to take alot of saving which i have been doing but after payment to U Haul, Security deposits, hotel stay and food its looking like i wont make it but i know that i will if i beilive.
i am not going to sell 1x1 squares on my graduation cap. Instead i will personally put everyone who helped me in any kind of way names in all the squares i can fit and also send pictures for you to have. i appriciate the time that you have takin out of you day to view this and hope that you can help in any way.