So, I decided to change my major in college, which is good, but at the same time, it's bad. I wanted to change it because firefighting has become my life, so I decided to change from majoring in Criminal Justice to Fire Science. This is good because it's what I enjoy, I know I'll excel in it, and it'll help me in my career choice. It's bad because it required changing schools, so I withdrew from Appalachian State before the current semester began. I have been bored as hell ever since. I got to work, then depending on the day, I either come home or go to my EMT class. I don't hang out with my friends that are up here much because they're in class or doing homework. I'm not a part of the social pipeline of this college town, so my weekends are fairly bland as well. I can't start my Fire Science classes until January because I turned in my application too late, so I don't have that occupying my time either. I just go to work, then come home and sit at this computer. We don't have cable because my roomie didn't want it, and I'm not going to pay for it by myself. I only own 12 DVD's and I've watched them repeatedly until I could probably recite them word for word. The games I have for PS2 I have beaten or become bored with. Like Leann Rimes sings in her song, "Something's gotta give." I have applied for a fulltime firefighting position in Wilmington, NC. I'm putting so much hope on getting that job. I want it to "rescue" me from this life I'm living right now. Blah. Thanks for reading my thoughts!