I have yet to understand why it's so complicated for employers to work with students. This is the second time I've been told that "it's just not working." It wasn't said in exactly those same words this time, but it was essentially the same. Because I refuse to dwell on the fact that I've lost my job again because I'm a faithful student and school will come first until I'm done, I'm not going to talk any more about my job. Instead, I'm going to focus on the fact that now I have a lot of time to get some reading and writing done. And, honestly, those are the areas of my life that I seem to be succeeding in.
Right now I'm a supplemental instructor for one of my professors in the technical writing department and I never expected that I would get such an amazing experience. Apparently someone has seen that I can do something that is worth while and I get great data to put on my resume. I think someone's just trying to tell me something. And I think that something is the same something that I thought when I lost my job the last time. "You need to write." So, that's what I'm going to do with this free time I've got. I'm going to write!
For all of you out there to suffer with the pressures of trying to be a good student and then getting no money to be one... I dedicate this post to you. Sometimes life sucks, but it will be sweet in the end. I know that an education is worth more than most of the jobs we have trying to earn one and I hope the best for all of you.