It's official. I no longer live in Wainfleet anymore. It's sad that I can never return home anymore. And I know people will tell me that Cambridge is my new home, but it's not. Wainfleet will always be my home. Where I'm living now feels temporary. Hell, even my sister's apartment feels more like a home-away-from-home to me, and that's technically more temporary than my current place.
Moving away was just an emotional landslide. I haven't cried like this in years.
It doesn't almost feel real either. I sometimes think to myself I can return anytime I want to. Just as an example, when my mom and her fiance were planning on going to this trials competition this past weekend, I instantly thought: "I'll just go home and take Charcoal with me". Then shortly after having thought that, I realized that notion wasn't possible. It's a weird feeling.
The only "good" thing about the people we sold our house to, is that they're people we know. Across the street from where we lived was Gary McPherson. It's his grand-daughter, along with her husband who bought our house and property.
Anyways, that all I have to say about losing my home for now.
So, in less than two months I'll be going to college. For now, my tuition for the first semester has been taken care of (semi-temporarily). It's now time to find a place to live. And ya, omg, I've been slacking in that department (Kaell, you lazy piece of shit. Stop writing dA journals, and go apartment hunting)
So ya, I was fired .__.
My job only lasted about a month. There was things that I guess weren't agreeable with getting ready in the morning, among other smaller things. What's ridiculous is that even after they fired me, they expected me to get up even earlier than when I had to get up to start my day before working. I'm complying...mostly.
I have to bend to their rules though, because it's not my house, and I don't wanna get kicked out (cuz I'm an adult now, hurr-durr).
Oh, just to add one more thing, I am getting occasional work here-and-there for pay though. But I haven't done much, so I don't really consider that actually having a job (plus I DID have a formal "firing" anyways).
Atlus filed for bankruptcy.
Although they claimed they would be fine. And they actually just registered the domain for Persona 5. So it's not all doom and gloom for them. I haven't played too many of their games. I own Code of Princess (which is a great Arcade-esque fighter), and I just recently bought Shin Megami Tensei IV (I got the tasty limited edition bundle). I hope they can get over this financial hurdle.
Ciao for now
P.S. I'm sorry for not getting back to people on here. As you can see I've been very busy. D: