In particular, how much it meant to my self-image, confidence, and aptitude for (relatively) intelligent conversations throughout my adult life.
It also sparked a blog I wrote this morning for our station site ( Tracy's Blog: Dream Big ) which happened to elicit an email from the dean at SMU's Lyle School of Engineering. In it, he shared a "gentle correction."
I am just honored he read it. Which is how I feel about any of you reading my words right now.
How did your university shape you, if at all? Do you think it was worth the money? Or your time? Did you REALLY learn anything?
Gina and I discuss our experiences in this edition of the Real Botox Diaries.
I'd LOVE to hear your thoughts, too.