Sorry I've been venting so much lately, this is the only place that feels safe enough to do it.
Many students at my school are in a rage because someone got expelled, but will likely be allowed to return in the future. Basically the idea is "We need change! But we have no clue what just happened." Ugh.
My friend changed schools, I need a new house, my dad just switched to a 60 hr work week, my family was meeting up on the coast and I wasn't even invited because they're basically disowning us. They say they'd take me in, but I'd lose my therapy dog to their aggressive and increasingly scary dog. She's fine without my grandfather around, but now he's retired so that's not an option.
Basically, people are opposed to my roommate and father's relationship. First "you're taking advantage of her" now "she's taking advantage of you"....get over it! We can't really share a house with an average person because DMSO males the average person gag. I don't know what will happen and it's sickening.
Our car is on its way out, only half the brakes still work. We'll be lucky to have it for a year or two. My grandparents will be kicking us out soon, we passed the deadline for my roommate to be out.
My sister won't take care of herself or her room. It smells like mold, and I'm getting worse stupid migraines. She doesn't want to live here, she's staying out the rest of us. She has a lot of mucus that she leaves lying around in cups FULL of slimy, icky, nauseating phlegm that grows mold and ants (eventually) devour. She doesn't clean them up, so the rest of us get to try not to puke or pass out while throwing/washing them out. She doesn't do it at other people's houses, just ours.
Right now, the best things in life are my family and my pup. I need her, if I lose her right now I just might die. Just writing this, tears are forming. Forging bonds along the folds in my face. Faceless.
I'm pretty sure my old "family" doesn't care anymore. They seemed pretty accepting but I guess this goes back to ancient ruins, glorified centuries buried somewhere beneath the sand washing ashore. I'm not sure they even see me anymore, except believing that my family is wrong.