Gay Guy juggles his life struggles.
Hello everyone! I am back on the internet finally and
settling into life in Greenville, SC all over again. It is
going well so far, and I have finally got my phone back up
and running as well. The number is the same for now, I'm
going to have it changed soon, but I wanted anyone to be
able to contact me easily before I do change it in a couple
Papa- I lost the # for that guy calling you- please send it
to me or give them my # so I can try to deal with it....
Sheesh, costs for school here has been much more than I
anticipated, Books and a new calculator for calculus have
cost me over $500 total alone, and I lost 2 scholarships by
transferring campuses. I can only hope I'll get new
scholarships from this new campus in the fall... the money
I got for school has not gone nearly as far as I thought it
would. The graphing calculator required by the teacher is
99 dollars from WAL-MART for godssake!
I feel a lot better now, less anxiety here with none of the
pressure on me I felt in Sumter and I have an appontment to
see a temporary doctor on campus thursday, and a
appointment to see a new doctor at a low income health
clinic in March which is the earliest they could see me. I
hope to get my scrips for at LEAST my thyroid and bi-polar
disorder from school until then since I'm not sure that the
school will manage my pain for me...
I have a job interview for a part time student worker at
USC greenville thursday assuming the snow doesn't mess
Classes I am taking:
Psychology: understanding marriage, family, and intimate
Sociology: women and armed conflict
Math; Calculus SCARY
I will have my Bachelors degree by summer of 2009 if things
ITS SNOWING!!!! REALLY PRETTY OUTSIDE RIGHT NOW!!! (but i
kinda hope it doesn't stay, my joints and muscles are
Kelly, JeJe, Dave, Will, Rachel, (someone tell Allen)
Jeremy, Romeo: I miss my sumter family bunches right now...
it feels weird to be here after 5 years with you guys. I
hope things are going well over there! I still am pretty
much housebound over here, so not much has changed other
than my stress level going down. My nightmares have stopped
since I got here, and I'm sleeping more continuous hours
without waking periodically, so I feel more rested as well.
However it does feel like I am back "Home" again, I must
admit. Seeing my family and friends and even my doggie
after so long has been so welcoming and relaxing. I only
wish I had more time and energy to invest up here outside
my moms house...
I gotta get to sleep. I'm exhausted from a long day, and my
back is killing me- the pain medicine I have just is not
helping today. Probably cause of the weather, and I have to
be up early for my interview...