It's much more important to have a car that runs, to have a job and keep a job, than to have a GED. That's actually very perverse.
I can tell you I didn't feel good when I could not articulate properly.
Getting my GED was important and I want other women to feel that.
I'm 25, so I've already gone through what my character Ged goes through, though it's on a general scale because I haven't studied at a wizard's school.
Hard work without talent is a shame, but talent without hard work is a tragedy.
Last Update: January, 2020