Published in the LaCrosse Tribune, Sep 18, 2006
Laura Findlay of La Crosse fantasizes about her future — all 20 versions of it.
Will she become a therapist for children and adolescents? Could she make a living selling handmade jewelry? How about photography? Scrapbooking? Should she join the Peace Corps?
Her mind seems coated with Teflon. Nothing sticks.
“I’ve had no idea what I wanted to do pretty much my entire life, ever since my dream of being the first woman in the NFL passed,” the 22-year-old said. “I know what I like. I just don’t know how to combine it all into one job.”