Randy continued:

 

I felt like I was beneath everybody.  I decided to come to the literacy council and see about getting some computer classes, so I did that. And that opened all kinds of doors for me.

 

It made a lot of difference because I don’t feel stuffy-headed like I did.  And now I can go where I want to on the computer. I just can’t type that good.  But it still opened the doors up anyway.  I filled out an application on the computer at the Workforce for Home Depot, Lowe’s, all of them.  Lowe’s called me and asked me to come in for an interview.  I did that, and the rest is history.  Now I’m employed with Lowe’s and I’ve even got a friend on out there. 

 

Randy represented TLLC at our annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, giving his testimony in front of 100 people. 

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