The Pact

What kind of family life did Rameck envision in his future?

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During one of those sleepless nights, a plan crystallized in my mind. Kay was the kind of woman who needed to be with her man all the time. I knew that once I began medical school, the workload would be so demanding that I wouldn’t have time for her. Then, after medical school, I’d have to do a residency, which would keep me even busier. I would be nearly thirty years old before I had time for a wife and kids. At twenty-one, that seemed ancient. I decided I would just forget about medical school, marry Kay, and start our perfect family.

Davis, Sampson. The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream (p. 156). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.