Work has been horrible. Money is just getting worse. I'm looking for more shifts to work and started walking to work again because eight dollars a day to pay to work just adds up too quickly. I have yet to spend the night at my new place since I've worked every night this week but my birthday and tonight. And, to be honest, I kinda don't want to yet. I probably will come Wednesday night next week, I'm setting that as my cut off date for having to deal with reality.
I'm also starting Weeds next week at my mother's urging. Also, having no link to that what so ever I think I'm going to start going to church again. I just need to find one in our new area that won't freak out about the ink. I am not wearing turtlenecks in the middle of summer.
I'm also trying to make some decisions about school. I know I can't afford to go full time with the way work has been so I want to decide if I should just stick with UNO and fall into the program or find some way to pay for Holy Cross. It's not the school I can't afford, it's the amount of work I have to do to make my bills and fit in study time for a full semester. It's not feasible and there are no bills I can cut back on. The decisions I make now for food rely more on the price of the place than what I want and now that I'm going to be back in a kitchen (OMG it's a real kitchen with walking space!) I know I'll be cooking more which will save money there.
The pressures of being an adult.
There's more I want to type about but it's late and I wanted to keep this entry public so it'll wait until another day. Oh! and for my bday my stepfather is buying me a bike. I've tried to talk him out of it but he pulled the "T and you can go biking together over the summer!" which was the reason I wanted one so bad to begin with. I just feel bad having someone spend that kind of money on me but it's going to cut down on my driving time as well as add to things I get to do with the kid. There are biking trails all over this city and I've fit 26 inch bikes in my car a bit to know it works.