I'll see what I can fix (basically nothing), but most of it will likely require a mechanic or something. I don't plan on getting it all fixed up at once. Ugh, vehicles are such a money sink.
Yeah, basically. I like having free time, but I like it more when it's reinforced by the fact that I did something to earn it. Despite this job not being the best, I feel a little more at ease now. That would be appreciated, although I have had thoughts of just learning a trade, as opposed to going to a four-year college. Not to say I'm against college by any means, it's just the cost. Oh goodness, the cost. It's an investment and all, but investments scare me sometimes.
I'd recommend being on the lookout for internships of some sort; whether it's in your field or not. Experience not relevant to your field is still valuable experience, and better than none. My current job didn't really require any previous experience. Believe me, I'm no people person by any means, nor am I the most engaging person in the world. Hence why I work nights. I'm sure you'll get hired somewhere. Most places are on-the-job training, and good places to start while you take classes. Not the most desired schedule, but it helps.
Ah, internets! That is indeed good to hear; I was wondering what had happened. But I naturally assumed you were off saving the world or something. My day was okay, mainly just watching some Netflix before work tonight. Really just want Thursday to come.
Ah. Basically no insurance, window won't roll up, fuel meter doesn't work so I use odometer and reset it every time I fill up on gas, doors don't open sometimes... Just, lots. But I'm just glad to have a means of transport. Vehicles are harrrrrd.
It really is. I'm starting to realize that now. Call me weird, but despite all the free time I used to have, I simply couldn't enjoy it. Had to much of it, if that makes sense. I honestly just want to start college already. If I'm not going to school, I need a job. Jobs just suck. Applying just sucks. Good news is once you graduate, you'll likely land a much more rewarding job than, like... a night clerk. lol
I want a lot of things, but I need a lot more things, and they hold priority. I need to set up my car insurance, as well as just general maintenance on the car itself. I might have told you before that it's literally a tin can on wheels and needs a lot of work. Can't remember, memory is hard. Despite that, I'm likely to set aside some money for me. You need to treat yourself sometimes; within reason.
I don't know if fun would be the right word, but I got home and basically watched some Netflix and listened to music. I was away from the chaos, so I'll take it.
Oh my, that is inconvenient. Hopefully you can sign up for it next semester? If that's possible? Perhaps I'm just ignorant of the registration process, though I'm sure you'll be able to get that class in somehow?
Basically, yes. I'll get paid next Thursday. Still, it all goes toward something. I'll need to actually save it... lol.
It was hectic. Had to be places I didn't want to be, such as some random track event for my cousin. I'm supportive of her in track, but I never did like watching sports as opposed to playing them. Plus, had to visit my work anyway to pick up paperwork, after waiting about two hours. Not exactly how I intended to spend my Sunday, but it could have been worse.
Well... Now you're just talking outright torture.
Yeah, I suppose. But my money is all tied up; and I haven't even gotten my first check yet! Vehicles are such a pain. A useful pain.
Eh, I babysat maybe twice in my life. Both for around 2~3 hours? I was compensated though, and it really wasn't all that bad.
Sorry for getting to this late; it has been quite a Sunday.
Ah, I see. In that case... "Good luck out there, doc."
No, but that sounds terrible, really.
Statistics huh? Sounds like numbers. I don't like numbers. Not a lot of people would say math is the easiest, so that's convenient I'm sure. And an essential skill at that.
I'll be working at my local grocery store during the night. I go in Monday at 9:00am for some basic computer stuff, and they might have me in there later that night. I'll basically just be stocking grocery items and such.
I don't disagree with you; the outdoors can be great. And it truly was when we went. Just... children. So many children. Not fond of kids, honestly. Still alive though I guess, right?
Sleep is gold, really.
Ah, that sounds pretty exciting indeed. What will your major be? I start work Monday, so I kind of wanted to savor the free time I had. I think I failed at that.
As for anything exciting over the weekend, we went to Winter Park here in Colorado. Experienced the Alpine Slides, did a bit of hiking, enjoyed some good food... stuff like that. It was outdoors-y, but enjoyable nonetheless.