Sunday, August 14, 2011

Coming to an End

So my glorious summer is coming to an end and i am terribly upset. All of my friends that have come from their colleges are starting to return to their apartments and dorms across the country. Not only will i miss them but there are also friends that i have hung around with for quite some time now and now even they are leaving for college. I think its time for me to get a job and stop messing around. This whole time i have been trying to just breeze through this life but i know that i will need to have some form of experience for when i graduate and need a career. So hopefully i can find some sort of job that will work around my school schedule. I am more than willing to work every day outside of school. Staying at home is very depressing because my parents hate each other and i hate them too. We do not really communicate and thats just the way it has been for a long time now. My goal is to get my degree and get out of this house. I love the location and everything about where i live but the fact that i have to put up with their rules is too much. They limit my freedom and i dont know how i have been putting up with it. Oh well. Hopefully i will find a job that will occupy my free time.

12 comments:

  1. Summer went by so fast. Sigh. Sorry to hear about your home life. :( Chin up! Hoping for the best for you.

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  2. Summers not over til the ground freezes for me. We still have a solid month or two left. Enjoy it while you can :)

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  3. Living with the parents is difficult. I was 23 when I finally moved out. This summer feels like it went by quicker than last.

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  4. One should always strive for productivity.

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  5. Now you have an ambition you don't have to stop until you achieve it !

    Living at home with parents is difficult - even though I am 21 I recently moved back in with my parents after I lost my well-payed job due to cuts; Its been difficult since.

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  6. I was 24 when I finally moved away from my parents. Even then they argued and attempted to keep me there - but after awhile, you just gotta live your life.

    Just to ensure that it stuck, I moved 1300 miles away. Having a state between us kinda forced the issue that it was time for me to live on my own, and it was effective for quite a few years.

    It was also a wonderful time of my life that has galvanized me going into my thirties, and one that I have to compare the rest of my life to.

    I was a king. I owned this city and it was awesome. The cops knew me by name, the bums gave me wide berth on Railroad avenue, and the streets had my name pounded into 'em.

    Now I gotta re-earn that position once again. Eventually I will...

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  7. I'm feeling the same. Summer waning and the pressure to find a job. Living with parents sucks, I'd rather live in my own household and do as I see fit. Too bad money limits everything.

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  8. I know exactly how you feel. Shit sucks. :\

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  9. That's too bad man. Everything will turn out all right though.

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  10. Life on your own (away from parents) is the best!
    Deffenitly worth working to get away from it!
    Best of luck!

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  11. When you move out of your parents house you will have your freedom severely limited by the realities of the world.

    :)

    Followed!

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