Next up I’ll be upping my Geodon from 80MG to I’m not sure what. I just can’t change more than one thing at a time. Why am I upping the antipsychotic? Simple. It helps act as impulse control, and that includes the impulse to rage. I want to be less ragey. I want to be less impulsive. But mostly less ragey. So here’s to hoping!
To say I’m excited doesn’t even begin to cover it. This is a step on the path towards my dream job. Hell, it is my still-in-school dream job. So yes, I’m very super excited.
I just need to get a car. And that is proving to be more of a challenge than it should be. The IRS is giving us a hassle so I might have to wait until my school money hits. Which is fine, but that’s later than my projected start date. I have no means of working until I have a car, and now I may not have a car until mid March. I had told them, before the IRS hassle began, that I should be able to start by March 1.
I’m fairly certain I’m the only one that applied and I know the job is mine, but I’m not having an overly professional beginning and it would be within their right to take back the offer.
I just… I’m tired. I want this job. I need this job. I need a car.
The Bloggess is working that magic that she is so good at, but no one else seems to be able to pull off! It’s Booksgiving over on her blog.
If you haven’t seen it, it’s basically strangers buying books for strangers. Yep. It started with the Bloggess wanting to buy a book for 10 different followers. They were instructed to set up an Amazon wish list with nothing but books in it, and then to link it on her blog. Well… That gave all her readers access to all the wish lists and her readers are doing what her readers do best. They are giving and giving and giving.
I, myself, have received a couple with more on the way.
In return I will find a way to pay it forward. Or maybe this is my reward for magic I have accomplished elsewhere. No idea. But I’ll find a way to keep it going.
If you yourself want to take part either as a giver or a receiver, it might not be to late. Head on over and take part in something magical.
So I’ve decided I’m going to try to apply for ssi to help with income. I know I’m maybe about to get a job, but even at 12$ an hour I’ll still be working so few hours and it comes out to less than $1000 a month. That’s the cut off, by-the-way of what you’re allowed to earn and still be eligible for disability. Plus, it’s technically part of my financial aid, so I think it works a bit different. Don’t quote me on that part though.
So here’s the scene. The real reason I’m writing about this.
It’s 1:33 at night and the house is quit. I have the presence of mind needed to sit down and fill out the extensive application. So I bring up the site, and find this.
Apparently this particular government website has opening and closing hours. A website. That is basically nothing but a form that gets filled out. Has opening and closing hours. Now, I’d understand like a customer service help line, sure. But the entire website has opening and closing hours?
I’ve seen a lot of thing in my 20 years of using the internet, but I have to say, this is a first.
And if this doesn’t sum up our government, I don’t know what does.
(Disclaimer: I’m not dumb. I realize this is probably to cut off possible cyber attacks while there is only a skeleton crew of programs and server guys manning the office in the dead of night. I get that. But the logic behind the reality is a lot less funny than the reality itself.)
So I think I blogged a few months back about my (now former) algebra professor whom desperately needed a teacher’s aide. How her response was no one wanted to work in the maths department, followed by my response that I would.
Well, she requested an aid and I’ve applied. I interviewed with the head of recruiting, and now I just have to interview with Dr L and the head of the other half of the maths department. So… I should be starting the job in a couple of weeks.
It’s the single best paying job I’ve ever had, though it’s only 20-25 hours a week. Which is fine. I’m not equipped to work full-time right now. Certainly not while I’m in school, but not at all, really. As it is my meds doctor is concerned this job will be too much stress while pair with school as it is. I disagree but I suppose we’ll see.
All I know is I’m excited.