The Graduation Letter!

Yesterday, in the mail I received a congratulaory letter from Stratford Career Institute regarding the completion of my course. I will not attain my official diploma until I have met my financial obligation to the school. Nevertheless, their words of praise made me feel pretty good. The school asked me to go online to complete a survey, regarding the school. One of the questions in the survey asked if I would like the school to send me a brochure on any one of their courses. My answer was, “no”. I appreciate all of the services that I previously received from the school, but at this point, I have no desire to make such a big commitment, especially while I have five more tuition payments to make, in the amounts of $35.93/per month. I took 5 of their courses. Nursing Assistant, Natural Health Consultant, Healthcare Aide, Relaxation Therapist, and once again, their Healthcare Aide course. They normally offer the graduate a bursary, in the amount of $100.00, to put toward the cost of tuition for another course. That might be offered in another letter. If I were to take another course, I would choose Psychology/ Social Work. I think that I would find that interesting, but for the time being, I am going to focus on reading for leisure, and meeting my tuition obligation.

This afternoon, I told Bear that I was going to read Loretta Lynn’s biography, at 1pm, after “Days of our Lives”. I ended up reading and munching on Nutter Butter Cookies for two hours. I was surprised at how quickly time flies when you are reading! Her story is very interesting. The culture of folks in the hills of eastern Kentucky is fascinating.

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July 20, 2022

Good entry I would like to read her story as well

July 20, 2022

@bear70 You might like it.

July 20, 2022

I’ve read her story but would like to read it again since it’s been many years since I read it.  Getting heard in the music industry was so much harder back in those days than it is now with the internet.

July 21, 2022

@happyathome I am enjoying the book, very much. I did not realise that it was more difficult to get into the industry, back in the day than it is today. That is interesting.

August 20, 2022