I'm obsessing over the original Beverly Hills 90210. I remember watching bits and pieces and reruns over the years of my childhood - mostly thanks to my sister who is 7 years older - and so 90210 has always been ingrained in my head. And my sister has bought the first few seasons on DVD! So.... WOOOOOO! I've been sitting in my room over the past few days making my way through season one. It is sooo cheesy but I'm fucking addicted.
Watching it has made me remember thinking, when I was maybe 6 or 7, how fucking cute Brandon AND Dylan were. And now that I'm 18, all I can think is how hot it would be to see them hook up. What a pair of James-Dean looking, early nineties dreamboats! Total fantasy couple, Jason Priestly and Luke Perry. Lol.
So my mum is still being a bit of a bitch, mostly due to the fact that I haven't had any work this week. I have three casual jobs, and I haven't gotten any shifts with any of them. My main job as a disability support worker has been put on hold due to one client dropping out of service, and not being offered any fill-in shifts. This is because at the start of the new year, lots of clients left and lots of new ones came in. Permanent staff were left without jobs, so they have taken first priority. Casual staff like me are left at the back door. I rang today and told them I was really available and I'm pretty close to the rostering officer, so i SHOULD be at the top of the list.
With one of my other jobs, as a waiter with a catering company, there aren't any functions atm for me to work at.
Ok, so the reason why I didn't work on Tuesday at my third job is my own fault. I had a hair appointment, which I was desperate to go to...I'm one of those people that if their hair looks horrible, they feel horrible. And I was depressed enough, so getting my hair done made me feel a little better. So I was offered a shift, and declined it. And I was relying on working the next day, but they didn't give it to me. So now I haven't worked in a week and I'm starting to feel the pinch of no income.
Welcome to the recession.