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Welcoming the summer.

chaosor

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Well, I passed all my classes this semester, and I am very proud of my accounting grade. I got 100% in Financial Accounting; not bad considering I had to teach myself the whole time. So, now on to the fun part of summer.

 

I am currently in a situation. First off, my current job is only giving me 20 hours per week, because business has been slow, and we just hired 7 new workers, 3 of whom were all hired at the same time, and then the 4th person, and now 3 more have been hired. Anyways, point is, I need hours, but not getting them, and I know we will get busier in the summer, and I don't want to leave this job since I have been there for 3 years, and have seniority, but a second job is out of the question. :(

 

I was planning on getting my 2 year degree at my current college, and then transfer to a 4 year college, but I haven't graduated from the 2 year degree, and due to family issues, I have decided to transfer early, even though I don't have the money. The deciding factor was something I realized when talking to my best friend Kev. I'm going to be in debt, no matter what, so, as much as I hate going more into debt, it's going to be approximately, 5000-10,000 more to transfer now. But the thing is, I really want to go to this college, and I can't stay at home any longer due to the issues, and I have looked around for apartments so I could keep going to the 2 year college, but the rates are too high, and would put me in debt, even with a roommate, and I don't want to go into debt before transferring colleges.

 

The last 2 semesters at college, I had the same classes as a girl, and at first, I really didn't pay attention to her all that much. But we started talking, and we became really good friends. But of course, she has a boyfriend. Their relationship seems rocky; it's been off and on, and he doesn't even want to make the relationship official (like they both say they are "sort of in a relationship"). I am becoming concerned that I am growing attached to her, but I know it's not going to work out, so I decided switching colleges might help me get over her.



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I don't think that running away from your 'problem' is a good way to handle it. You are going to get into similar situations all the time later on and you can't keep running away...

 

Anyway going out of the way to avoid contact with someone you like is just stupid...

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20 hours a week is not bad at all, especially if it's going to go up later this Summer. Enjoy the free time and enjoy college. The girl situation looks kind of painful.

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Guys, the main reason I'm switching is because family issues..I mean, eventually I was planning on moving out and going to a 4 year college anyways, and since I'm going to be in debt either way, might as well transfer early..and as for the girl, I just realized that last night, after I applied to the college. I may have misworded that. Well, I am worried I am growing attached, but she wasn't a deciding factor of switching colleges..

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Well go to a state school instead of a private one to save yourself some money.

 

And stop getting so attached to girls, just go and have fun with some and that's it. More important things than that.

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Well go to a state school instead of a private one to save yourself some money.

 

And stop getting so attached to girls, just go and have fun with some and that's it. More important things than that.

I really want to go to the college I'm transferring to.

 

And for me, I guess that's easier said than done. I'm kind of finding it ironic, because my first 3 years of high school, I wasn't really interested in relationships, my mind was more set on my future. Then I got way to attached to a girl who was toying with me..and since then I started liking girls left and right..ughh..And I like this girl more than my last couple "crushes".

 

I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm still focused on my future, which is why I am transferring. I don't feel I am utilizing my full potential at home, where I am constantly distracted with family issues/conflicts, which is why I want to leave the house, despite it meaning attending a more expensive college, and rent , to boot.

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Learn to hit it and quit it, hump it and dump it, ejaculate and evacuate, fudge and chuck, smash and dash.

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