It is only funny now because it is all over. The first thing that happened was my movers showed up at 5:30 PM. They were supposed to be there at 1PM. They finished packing my junk at 11PM. with no beds or any other furniture I figured we would hit the road. I was exhausted. We got lost right away on NC 111. I figured it out when I saw a lighthouse. Then we started looking for a hotel. No room at the inn was the response at the first couple. Then we get off in some ghetto. There was a police stop looking for drunks. The Officer had a good laugh when he looked in my truck. He asked "Is it possible to fit any more shit in here." I replied " No, I tried." I then apologized and explained myself. Right then another driver pulls up on the other side. He would not roll his window down to talk to the cops. Finally they opened his door. He fell out and puked. They arrested him immediately and told me I can be on my way.
The hotel down the block was the worst I ever saw. The front desk was behind bullet proof glass which was covered in stink bugs. The clerk handed me my key and tv remote. On the way to my room a prostitute came up to me to talk. She had to be a senior citizen. I ran to the room which was about the size of my bathroom. There was one very small bed. I was travelling with my mother this would not do. Back on the road until 4:30 AM. I found a Holiday inn. It was great. I was beat. Got the room for half price due to the time.
The next day I was stuck in traffic. I got to Columbia SC when I stated seeing double and swerving off the road. I got another room. This one was real nice. I got myself some new directions. I never fell asleep. I was worried. I woke Mom up at 4AM and said lets hit the road. We finally arrived in GA around 8 or 9 AM. Then I helped the movers unload everything. Today is the first day I feel rested.
Sorry for the huge story. Hope it is worth the read. It felt good to write about it. =)
BTW, good idea to get a job 1st. They usually train you on new things & college courses are in the benefit package w/ health care. I'd stick w/ that unless jobs are really hard to come by & you can afford to get your bachelors instead. Even if you take a job related to programing (like running the jobs & verifying the results or whatever is similar to that is the way many people got into programming in the old days, also working in the computer room). Like I can feel in MW that they batch upload new data (clothes, neighbors, new stores). You add a neighbor, but they are not seen as a neighbor until a certain time the next day; that they are gathering the data into a batch (vs. a dynamic update).
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