But now there was no confusing it, I had already started going through changes, heck I got my period earlier this year.If you want to see something that is both painful and hilarious to watch, you should see a single father wondering up and down the feminine hygiene isles of your local drug store with his nose glued to his phone Googling every option he sees on the shelves and his daughter in tow. “Youtube, dad, Youtube,” I giggled as we made our way to the cashier.
Immediately he started applying to job listings, he made a profile online, and even scoured Craigslist.
Regardless, day after day and then month after month I would come home to find him sitting at his desk taking those online courses.
He’s always had a knack for learning and in turn loves to teach me stuff, so he got it in his head that he’d try and become a teacher.
“At the least, they’ll have me be a substitute,” he’d joked.
” I blurted, “But what about all my friends, I just started middle school…why?! I was finally making friends, I was starting to get the boys attention, and I’m turning 13!
I’d been quite the tomboy growing up, even though my dad hates that term, “There’s nothing wrong with a girl gettn’ a little dirty,” he’d say.
This takes a real world approach and therefore may seem slow at first.
However, I promise, you will not be disappointed if you commit to the story. Everyone keeps saying the economy is back to normal, people on the news, teachers at school, and my friend’s parents.
Whatever, all I know is my dad has been unemployed for over a year now and it isn’t for a lack of trying.