I have no experience with loans.
There, I admitted it to the world.
But seriously, my parents were able to gift me my college education with no doubt. Four years in a private Catholic university and I was sent out into the real world with no thought as to how most of the rest of the world got thru the college experience.
BOY. Was I in for a surprise.
When Mike told me that he wanted to go back to law school, I was really nervous but still excited. He had made a decision – the first big one of our marriage – and I was going to be supportive.
But I had absolutely no idea how we were going to pay for it. In fact, I still really don’t have a clue.
That’s where a whole bunch of research comes in. I hope to figure it all out and send hubs to school without going into the poor house! It’s gonna take a lot of work… but he’s worth it. :)
*This blog title is being posted under protest by the husband. Mike CLAIMS that it’s a bunch of hooey – he said it was actually hard to study for the LSAT, sit thru a four hour test, and then wait endlessly for the result. I can’t even remember my last test. WHATEVER.