- A young lady, Taylor Denise Andrews, has conquered all odds and she is on her way to becoming a doctor
- Sharing the good news on Twitter, Taylor said it has always been a childhood dream for her to achieve the feat
- Many tweeps congratulated her, saying the lady's success story is an inspiration
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Dreams do most times come true for people. This is the case for a young lady, Taylor Denise Andrews, who recently got accepted into a neuroscience doctorate degree program.
Sharing a kid photo of herself, Taylor said that she has been dreaming of one day becoming a doctor since she was 12 years old.
To back up her claim, the PhD student's throwback snap has her standing in front of a whiteboard with the word "Dr Taylor Denise Andrews" written atop her head.
Many were wowed that she worked hard so she could achieve her childhood dream. Taylor in a subsequent tweet thanked all those who wished her well.
See her tweet below:
As of the time of writing this report, her tweet has close to 350,000 likes with over 21,000 retweets.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"I don't know you; the only reason I saw this post was because someone I follow liked it. Without meaning to be patronizing, though, I'm so proud of you! Years of dedication and hard work brought you here. You keep kicking!"
"I am fascinated by neuroplasticity and am thrilled for you to be able to pursue all the cool things in that field - and discovering some yourself! Envy your Strong Goal-setting and accomplishment! Kudos."
"Congratulations! Your hard work and perseverance has paid off. Oh, and I can only imagine that it's just begun. You are an inspiration."
"That is so awesome! Congratulations on achieving this goal! Your hard work is an example to us all. Smiling face with smiling eyes."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a woman, Itunu Grace Akinwande, became a "celebrity" online after she announced on her LinkedIn page that she bagged PhD in mathematics from Universität Osnabrück in Germany.
A mother of two, Itunu said it was not an easy journey as she had to balance parenting with schooling.
She, however, added that the big support she got from everyone close to her made the whole task bearable. According to her, her supervisor was really helpful.
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