The writing is for you to reflect. How do you work for your dad? What do you do? That is good that you are learning responsibly. Five months is long, who is Becca? Do I know her?
I am glad that you are involved with church. Faith is a powerful thing but there will always be people and things that test it. Stay true to who you are and what you believe.
I worked for my dad to pay off car insurance. I would do things around the house and outside for an hour or so, then the next hour I would run errands for him or something. I didn't really get paid or anything.
Becca graduated from Arts Academy in the Woods this passed school year. I meet her through a friend of mine. You don't know her. She's getting upset though, because we don't see each other that much now that the school year has started back up and I'm involved with church a bunch. I do make time for her though, so that's good.
Senior year is good, really nothing going wrong, except for the fact that it's quite costly. I'm not working and I just have my Mum to look to. She recently for a new job and is going to be getting new hours too, so that's an advantage. But she's receiving less money now, and will get a raise in about six months. She's going to be working with people with disabilities that can function highly. She said that she can do it and it'll be good for her and stuff. So it should be interesting. Money is tight. I don't like it, but I just deal with it. I don't know whether or not I'm even going to homecoming yet. I also need clothes for homecoming, I still need to pay my dues, get pictures taken. It's just a lot. And I can't get a job because i don't think I could handle everything if I had one right now.
Everything is going to be okay though.
I know it will.
Stay positive and pace yourself. Maybe a part time job with a few hours a week would be good for you. It would relieve some stress. You should go to Homecoming. Take Becca. All you need are pants, a shirts, and a tie. I am sure you already have that. You need to do it all this year. Besides, she'll enjoy the time with you.