Dreft; and Things Just Like It.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Starting over, again.

I have now attended three different schools of higher learning. I still don't have a degree. I think my work thinks that I have one, because everyone I work with has a degree. That's why I won't give my blogger address out to anyone at work. But yesterday I enrolled in my fourth school. Most expensive school. Private university. Because we all know I don't have enough student loan debt as it is...
I start DeVry University - Henderson on August 28th. My favorite ex-boyfriend went there. He was making more money before he graduated than I am making right now. But it cost a pretty penny. It is costing me 9 times the amount of money per credit hour to attend, and it cost me the last $100 of my "going out" money this pay period for the application fee. My placement exams are on Monday (please put me in your prayers).
I have to file a FAFSA. This wouldn't be a problem to a normal student, except I believe I am default with I.S.A.C. and I haven't filed my taxes in... Wow. I think I have only filed them once or twice. As I have been a part of the work force for nine years now, this is probably not so good. The government has probably already looked at auditing me, but realized that I would always be getting refunds and doesn't want to give them to me. Long story short, I filed my income tax today. For more than one year. The pleasant thing: I got to deduct my moving expense, something I never would have thought of on my own.
I now have a "tax lady." This is something that I ridiculed my parents about having ever since I learned how to file a 1040 in high school economics, but these people are no joke; they think of everything.
I have been on the internet all day looking for scholarships. I am applying for a political one that requires me to do a public service announcement. I have already recruited a director (at the cost of precicely half the scholarship) and a possible actress. Now I just have to do my research, and it'll be smooth like butter. The PSA's are being judged by numerous people, Ron Howard among them. It means scholarship money to me and my director, but she actually stands to gain more (she is a film student and having her work looked at by Ron Howard can only be a possitive career move).
On the scholarship thing, I have written exactly three essays today. I will write many more before the year is over.
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