Before it's over, I expect someone to make some comments calling you "gutless" [or similar] for not choosing the Marines over welding school. But I like the idea that you're planning to get trained in a field of your OWN choosing.
As far as the plans for after your schooling ends...be flexible. If you're meant to go to Texas, that's where you'll end up...and if not, a different opportunity may present itself. By being flexible, you can adapt to the circumstances that present themselves at the time.
But, by ALL means, take the schooling seriously. Show up every day, show up a little early, be prepared to stay a few minutes late, and do everything the instructors expect of you and a little more. Treat this as if they're paying YOU to be there, and as if YOU have to give THEM their money's worth...because once you get on the job, that's how life will be, so you might as well prepare for that now. Then make sure that when you're in class, you pay attention and get YOUR money's worth. If you do that, you'll thank yourself later.
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