Man. So much has happened since I last posted.
1- I bought my own phone, and I finally have a bill to start paying. It's a pretty shitty non-smart phone, but right now I don't really need anything fancy.
2- I opened my own personal bank account. Most people my age have already had one open for AGES, but up until now I didn't really have the need for one.
3- I manned up and bought myself a pair of Nike's to aid in my running. Gosh. There is a HUGE difference between cheap trainers and those of the more serious brand. Again, I never really had the need for them because prior to this whole Air Force business I've never really been sporty. Running is still a bit difficult for me, but since I run 1.5 miles 6 days a week it has gotten a little easier. Hopefully by the time I leave for basic training I'll be somewhat in shape. I'm getting a gym membership soon, so that should help as well. I seriously regret not being sporty during high school. All of this physical activity is kicking my ass.
4- I finally opened my Etsy shop! It took me longer than expected, and not all of my art is uploaded, but I got it up by June, just like I promised. I have been busy literally every single day since school has been out, so I really need to step up my game and finish more art so that I can list it. Anyways, you can visit my Etsy shop here!
Also, I'm finding myself in a bit of a predicament. I've been meeting with my AF recruiter and we were talking about jobs that I can enter into and he keeps on pushing mechanical jobs. Not that I think I'm above certain jobs or anything, but my highest score in the placement test was administration. Mechanical was one of my lower scores. I understand that he has a quota to fill and whatnot, but it doesn't really make sense to force me into something that I didn't score so high in.
I don't know. After this past experience with my parents I know better than to let someone talk me into something that I don't feel 100% about.
This whole "growing up" business is tedious.