Towards the end of April, I decided to apply for more volunteer work at the library, as I wanted more responsibility. I finished school for the semester on May 16th, and the only real responsibility I had was volunteering with the library's home delivery program on Friday mornings.
I was bored the rest of the time, so I decided to take on more work. I am now volunteering three days a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays), 2 hours each day.
It is nice to be doing more than what I was doing before. I am out of the house a little more, and I'm doing something more productive with my time.
It would be nice to have a regular (paying) job, but for now, having these current volunteering responsibilities is enough for me. I am content with how things are going right now.
This coming fall, I am going back to school (hopefully), so that will be a welcome change. I am taking a food sanitation and safety class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 pm to 6:50 pm.
I am glad this class is in the evening, because I don't have to wake up early (I am a huge night owl, so waking up before 9 am is hard for me), and I have more time to prepare for class.
I really enjoy volunteering at the library, and I hope to be able to do that for as long as I can. I am fortunate to live as close as I do to the library, and to be able to spend so much time there.
Hopefully I'll have more/other responsibilities in the future, that I will enjoy as much as I do volunteering. And school. I never really liked school all that much until I started college. I think that is because I am doing a lot better, and the classes are more interesting.
And because I have more time to be able to do the homework that is assigned.
I just started the job application process again, and hopefully I'll get a job this time around. It will make me feel more independent, and maybe more confident as well. And responsible, of course.
Well, that's all for now. More to come later.