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Choose your own adventure
Sudie Crouch
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question that begins as early as kindergarten. The responses may range from police officer and ballerina to nurse or astronaut. It’s a question meant to illicit a cute answer from the cherubic mouth of a small person who has no clue of the future implications. But this month, it is a question that may send some bigger kids into a panic. High school graduation makes that innocent question a bit more loaded. At 18 years of age, teens are expected to launch into a college program that will determine their life path for the next 30 or so years.