I am happy to announce that I have been approved for my very first own apartment! [yay!]
I get to move in on Friday! After work. I am proud to say that God has blessed me with such a wonderful job, it may not be my dream job but definitely pays the enormous amount of bills... I have to pay each month. Tacking on another $500+ a month for apartment rent is not going to be light...
Currently, I struggle trying to pay for all my bills jumbled into a tight period of time... on top of having saved up $1200 in a month [for rent and deposits], while living at a friend's house.
I thought I had overcome the mountain of saving money up for an apartment only to be faced with another giant mountain titled, "tuition for school". I had to drop my Spring Quarter classes due to the fact I was about to drop everything and move to L.A. with my dad- which did not happen! Thank God for that!
To make up for lost time, I plan on taking Summer Quarter, which is shorter
[teehee I can take my dreaded classes first], and I will finish up at my community college until Fall Quarter.
Hopefully, after two more quarters, I will be transferring to a university that is close to where I work and live [in a couple days].
I thought I wanted to go back into Interior Design... but at this point, I am so exhausted of trying to find what I want to do in life... that I am just going to major in Psychology. I do not want to be judged as many of the lazy students who major in Psychology because it's "easy". I actually enjoy the subject of Psychology and since I do not know what I want to pursue in life, perhaps learning about the human mind will enhance my already "super-ripen wise brain" I have of mine(:
Just a secret between you and I, I may only be 21 years old physically, but my mind has aged to the mid 40's, which means I am closely headed towards my MID-LIFE CRISIS! I am not even joking. I am falling apart already! I have yet to even live out my youngin' days... I have not seen the light... of "fun". What is fun?
I have been so busy playing the "parent" role... as a KID!! I have always been too mature for my age. Having parents who immigrated to America and not knowing how to do anything... as the oldest child... I had to live their lives FOR THEM!
Goodness... when I see the "fun" my younger sisters have... exhausting themselves each day... enjoying their days... I wonder when my days of excitement will come... I'm sure God wanted me to learn most of my life lessons early so I get to enjoy the rest of my days.
Plus, in the end, when we end up in Heaven, it won't be our
I pray that I will be able to give up my controlling needs to handle everything on my own... and let God take control.