Should just tell me.
I think I made it obvious.
I don’t really do ‘crazy’ things so you’re probably not going to get any kind of answer if you ask me questions like this. Unless you mean literally crazy then I can probably make a very long list.
Today at work, I was helping a customer find a guitar. I played a little bit for him, not knowing that he actually owned a restaurant up the street that provides live music on certain nights. He was impressed with what I played and invited me to play next week at his restaurant!
Congratulations. That’s really excited and I’m sure you’re going to do a great job with it. Things always pay off in the end.
Even then, I feel like there’s a pressure to choose a major by a certain point and then it must feel so rushed. Even community colleges I think would force you to pick something after maybe two years or something.
This is why college was never my thing. Too complicated.
It’s definitely not something that is for everyone. That’s mainly why I’m surprised Puck decided to go since he was so against school. He’s been handling it surprising well though. I know college is a good thing, but things would be so much better if there was a high chance of it actually coming in use. Most people can’t even get jobs with their degrees now so it seems pointless on a lot of levels.
They all sound very exciting, though. There are probably a few roles there that could be suitable for you, I’m sure. I definitely understand what it feels like to be put back in the shadow by upperclassmen, so here’s to hoping it won’t happen to you.
Hopefully I’ll find something. Now that I’m a junior I’m hoping that I’ll be more likely to get something. Hopefully now that you’re an upperclassmen you’ll get the chance to do something too.
How am I doing that?
You can figure it out.
I’ve seen the movie, but I haven’t had the chance to see the show. Hopefully that will be changing sometime soon.
I don’t know if you mean physical or personality wise, but I’m going to go with my eyes. Personality wise I probably leave a lot to be desired and I’ve always gotten compliments on my eyes.
It might not be traditional friendship, but I think you’re pretty great at it anyway. I think everyone gets busy. Especially now that summer is over. Did you decide to keep your job while you’re going to school?
I think you’re pretty great at it, too. Especially since we’re never really had the chance to meet each other in person. I’m cutting my hours back to just the weekends and two weekdays, but it should still be enough that it’ll keep me busy. If my classes are harder than I’m expecting them to be I’ll probably quit. How’s school going for you?