61-year-old heads back to college
A 61-year old Missouri woman didn't let the pandemic keep her idle, so she enrolled in college.
I was so bored that I was rearranging the living room, and it's not big. At 61 years old, Vanessa Butler decided not to let isolation get the best of her. Her plan. Go to college once I filled it out a couple of days later, was accepted. Next fall, Butler will attend Columbia College sitting around, you know, and just going from the kitchen to the bed to the bathroom, to the TV. Uh, no, that was getting old, and I was getting bigger. So that's that's spectacular. The director of enrollment for Columbia College admires Butler's decision. It's just that someone deciding that it's never too late to be better to reach for your dreams. It's time for me, Thio do the things that I should have done. I needed something to make me feel alive and lively again. Butler says she knows it will be a challenge, but she also knows people will be there to help. We're here to support her and prop her up all along the way, and I'd love to be one of the ones to shake her hands and graduation Instead of isolation. Butler is following a new plan, a new chapter for this future. English major Matt McCabe can emulate News Colombia, and she said a mine, Um