So apparently Miranda wants to go to a technical school to become a hair-dresser. It’s OK by me, I know I don’t want people criticizing my career choice. I don’t know what I will do without her though, this year has been terrible enough. My attitude will probably change again, like it did at October last year. It’s already visible in my clothes and responses. This new “form” I dubbed The Dreaded Sea.
My career choice has been Computer Science for a year now. I want to attend DigiPen Institute of Technology. I ordered a course catalog last year and the sheer amount of computer-centric courses offered is just staggering. It’s a win in my book. Problem is, DigiPen is in Washington. State. That’s on the other end of the whole USA. But I still want to go there. I want to leave. I want… the snow. Random factoid: As much I hate the cold, I love snow just as much. Because I don’t like flying and will probably lack the funds, if I do go there I’ll only come back here for Summer and Winter breaks. That’s not a lot of time, really. It’s right next to Nintendo of America headquarters though, and though I eventually would like to work there, I know I must work at a third party to get my foot into the industry. From there I hope to go to a second party, those guys have Nintendo’s blessings and come out with some really insane stuff sometimes. Of course, there’s as large a chance I won’t go to DigiPen, I mean, the Rochester Institute of Technology is second on my list, so who knows?
I know I need to update the Temple of Andrex. It’s been nagging me for weeks. I’m just preoccupied with a flash video and my game Polar Nights. I haven’t been able to work on Nightfall Noel either, which I really want to do. Also, I’m readying the camera so when it snows I can take a better picture to use as this blog’s banner.
Those changes I warned about last post are already happening. Friends are leaving or being cut off left and right, and my parents are becoming increasingly hostile towards this computer. You know what I want to tell them? Just take the fucking computer and shut up about it. Don’t dangle the possibility in front of my face as a threat to make me do better in school, just take the darn thing. Either that, or leave me the frick alone. I’m doing fine in school. This is why I don’t let them buy me anything expensive anymore. That may sound selfish, but everything over $50 I have bought myself, and I can see it kills them. For instance: I bought both my Nintendo DS and DS Lite with my own money. This doopportunityhem have the oppritunity to make me let my sister play it, (even though she has her own, she loses it all the f-ing time.) I will not let them buy me Wii, end of story. I don’t want them to control the things I own. Doesn’t that sound fair? Maybe subconsciously this is the reason I want to be on the other side of the freaking country.
Writing this was a huge stress relief, thank you Carol of the Bells.