I spent my youth in the south, and I had two majorly good friends when I was in high school. Stephanie was my same age group and we still send Christmas cards. Mary was a couple of years older, and I don’t keep in touch with her anymore. She left our area for an ivy league school up north. She was smart and her dad was fairly wealthy, so she definitely had an opportunity that I did not have. I did not have wealthy parents. But when she left for college, she could not make a decision about what she wished to major in. She changed her mind repetitions. At long last, I think she graduated with a degree in one of the social sciences. Then, she did not know what kind of career to try to have. As a graduation present, her papa bought her some rundown old house that the city would have otherwise torn down. She loved the idea, and she began to fix up it. She got new everything, such as the HVAC heating and cooling system. She invested her funds in the most efficient and modern furnace and air conditioner she may get. She learned all about the several different varieties of HVAC equipment and eventually fell hard for her HVAC service technician. They eventually became a married couple and started their own heating and cooling corporation. So my friend who spent $100,000 on her college education now rides shotgun in a very old pickup truck and sells and installs HVAC systems on the northeast. It is a little odd, I must admit, that will she chose this work, but she is very happy and busy. It can be all because of that higher education gift her papa got on her!