I hate boring Friday nights. An I end up having a lot of them usually. This check is rent check so of course, we're broke. Bah. And I've yet to hear anything for any part time jobs I've put in for. Double bah. Everyone said at the very least they'd be looking for seasonal in October. Well! It's October, call me you fuckers! (and no, I don't say this to them *lol*)
Rant. Vent. Bitch. Sigh.
I wrote a letter to Disney the other day. Technically I emailed it to them because they don't have a mailing address on their site. I later found a mailing address on another site and sent a hard copy as well. I complained that their website is sorely misleading. There were like six rides closed when we went there - and not one of them was mentioned to be closed on the website. Also, some rides were closed for extended periods of time and even the Cast members weren't aware of why or when they'd be back open. That's just wrong. I'm really hoping they'll give us some discount on upgrading our Play 4 Days pass to a seasonal or something because we both would REALLY love to do it, but seeing as we need $160 before Oct. 31st, I don't know how it's going to happen. We just don't have extra money right now at all. As in none, let alone $160. So far, I've not gotten even a cookie-cutter reply back. Bah.
Did I mention how much I hate boring Friday nights? Boring, broke Friday at home. Oh joy. And a boring, broke weekend to follow it up. I really need to get a part time job. Even $50 extra bucks here and there would help. Last week I sold three necklaces which was a great little bit extra, but stuff like that is just so few and far inbetween. If I could get more instances of selling my jewelry for example without wasting a lot on listing charges for items that don't sell, it'd be great, but...there's just no guarentee of doing that.
Bah bah blacksheep.
Spend a bunch of time last night reading up on sites which are dedicated to aspects of Disney that are no more - rides that are gone, rides that are changed, things that used to be, etc. I also read up a bunch on the Haunted Mansion ride. Interesting, oddball things. Sometimes it's just neat to wander into a project like that and I always love reading about things that used to be. It's an added bonus when it's something I'm familier with like Disney (and a lot of the specific rides).
Alrighty, well I got in my babbling for the day, so I'll stop here.