Here's a question. How do you handle when someone owes you money, and has owed you money for over 2 months? With this money, you could pay off the small rent charge you owe to EverRaven for sleeping on her living room floor. Also with this money, you could also afford to go to SOLAR for the weekend and chill with your friends. The of the two people who owe me is going to SOLAR, and in fact has not missed and event in quite some time, while you've missed both of the MS events and have only been able to go to the Atlanta ones when your fiancee has paid for you to go. I'm a bit annoyed.
I have a job interview today at Friedman's Jewelers at 1 PM. The manager is kinda iffy about the one campus-based class I'll be taking. How on earth can any mall store here in Oxford, MS, where over 1/2 of the city's population is from the university, not like the idea of my taking classes? I think I might be able to convince him that it's not going to be a problem. I think the rest of my classes are going to be independent study or just my own-my-own thesis writing.
What it comes down to is that if I don't find a job soon, I'm going to have to move home. If I can do my school work via the net (well minus the upper level Japanese class that I really want to take but don't explicitly have to have) moving home is a possibility. My mother seems to really like the idea of it, rent-free, food-free, and Hattiesburg is significantly larger than Oxford, making job-hunting a lot better. But I don't want to move home. I have lots of friends at home, but I'd rather take my nice Japanese class and not to be under my mother's thumb again. She and I both know we're going to kill each other.
So I have to find a job soon. This is just driving me nuts. I think the frustration of it is perhaps one of the worst feelings in the world, especially if they just straight out turn you down for a job that you're overqualified for.
Thinking of living with my cousin, Angie, in her and her husband's spare bedroom in a nice house they're renting. But that's perhaps going to be too expensive for me. It's right off the Oxford Square...meaning a third of the rent is about 225 a month. My uncle also has just bought a house for his family to stay in when they come up for ball games. I'm currently in the works to see if that's a possibility for me, especially since I'm good at disappearing for the weekends and not getting in their way.
Off to get a shower and take my car in to get the steering column fixed before I drive home for Hattiesburg for my sister's birthday family birthday party on Sunday.
Okay, I'm done bitching. Forgive me, please.