It's My Destiny
I thought I was getting a $2,000 loan for summer school, which would have been cool because since I'm taking trips and moving out and all this other shit this summer, I could use the money buffer. But I didn't read the bold print well enough and the people in the FAO we no help so what I actually got was a parent loan that once accepted would have to be paid back 60 days after I got it. That's fucking great. What's the point? Instead I'm going to have to borrow the money from my mother and pay her back without interest. But god damn it, for two days I thought all of my immediate money problems had been solved. I could pay Theryn back for the plane tickets to Amherst, I would have no problem making the first few months rent, I could finally start to eat regularly again. But no. It is my destiny to be poor. Always have been, always will be. It must be nice to have your college tuition payed for. I always have held a resentment towards people who go to school on their parents money, but I really shouldn't. I mean, it's not their fault that they were born with a silver/gold spoon in their mouths. On the other hand, it's not my fault my family is and always will be poor. I'm hoping that one of these days I'm going to catch a break. Life would be so much more simple if I had money. No, it's not the answer to all of my problems, just some of them. If my money problems were solved, then I could concentrate on the other things. As it stands now though, I can't even pay tuition for a 3 hour summer class for which I won't even get credit.
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