Hello, and welcome back to 100 Days of Blogging. Today’s topic comes to us from the Random category, and the card says “If you could, what’s the one thing you would change about your past?”
That’s a really interesting question, because while there are probably a lot of things that I could bring to mind, like learning studying skills so I don’t get into double academic probation in community college or having my admission rescinded by my local state college, I’m not sure I would change anything there.
While it was troubling at the time, without those incidents happening in my life, I wouldn’t be here where I am today having graduated from Law School. If I hadn’t had my admission rescinded by my local state college, I wouldn’t have gone to Community College and would’ve been an engineering major. If I hadn’t gone to community college and had double academic probation I wouldn’t have switched to History and eventually law school.
Though, I guess if there was one thing I would change, it would be the time that I failed a class in what would have been my last semester of college. In the big picture, I still wouldn’t have walked until the Summer Semester, but it would have been less stressful, and I wouldn’t have had to pay for an eight week class to get the units.
So there we go, just that one thing, but nothing else.