Twenty-six years and nowhere fast…

Yesterday we had a brunch for Adam’s mom, then we went to North Bay to a real theatre to see X2. Oh how sweet a real theatre is… seats that don’t give you back spasms, a proper slant to the floor, a screen that’s the right dimensions for film, and a good sound system with *gasp* Dolby!

So yeah. Good movie.

Not much else to talk about. Waiting for word on something before we can plan our next move. Sick of waiting, though. Sick of feeling like a financial burden to Adam’s parents. Sick of feeling like a twelve year old kid who needs to be told what to do all the time, since that’s what we get from his parents. Sick of not having a kitchen. Sick of people arguing around me. Sick of places that never get back to you about jobs when they’ve promised they will. Sick of everything.

I really want to get on with my life now.

1 Comment

  • laquira

    May 12, 2003 at 12:38 pm

    If I could point you in the “right” direction I would…

    but I don’t think there is any “right” direction, just as long as you don’t end up a crack addict in the city…I’m sure you’ll do fine.

    We all have to scrape ourselves out of poverty..I’ve just been lucky, and Mike has been lucky..and I know I’d rather be in poverty and living away from “parent” types… than depending on them.

    I understand the need for your OWN space…