Well, the typical tuition costs and fees is $23, 846 (living with family) or $35, 756 (living without family). With that grant, it takes a big chunk out, but because these guys wanna rush me out of the house, I may still have a lot left over to pay off...but this is my fall back plan, like I said. I plan to go to Berea College in Kentucky sometime in the Spring instead, since I didn't get accepted in the Fall. Read this about it: Tuition and Other Costs | Prospective Students - Berea College
I did sign up for financial aid. For the University of Phoenix: Online Campus, I was eligible for a little over $16k for grants/loans or whatever, so that is my fall back plan.
The driver's liscence thing is understandable; now that I know how close the driving center was, I'm more than motivated to get my liscence after school. Just need to study up in the guide that I got, and I'll be good to go by July, if I start now.
Then you should give Sheba to your sister for now until you leave woman for good as you get older. I'd hate to see you suffer like this forever.
Getting a driver's license ASAP is something you should do though, even if you don't need it. Other than that, I hate afterschool activities (Gamer is so FTW), and do you qualify for financial aid? It can completely pay for your school, and you may even get extra money for books and stuff. Can always take out loans and pay them back while you're in school for no interest.
Even if you don't expect to do a buttload of work, it sounds like you more than pull your weight around while woman barks orders and is not very sympathetic, caring, understanding, nice, or acceptable. It sounds like she wants to sit on a royal throne, be in control, and have everyone bow to her as everyone kisses her feet.
Well, the thing is this: she doesn't like animals in the first place. Even if I suggested shaving her fur off, she probably still wouldn't let me keep her. It's kind of a helplessness that I'm trying to battle right now.
But let's get something straight: I do think that this is partially my fault. Before now, I've been a very unambitious person, not participating in afterschool activities or getting a driver's liscence (it's a small enough town; I can bike everywhere), and putting off college applications because I'm not sure if I can do it, what with the U.S.'s current economy and all. When at home at least, I don't expect to do a buttload of work; sure, I'll mow the lawn when it needs to be mowed; I'll take out the trash when it needs to be taken out; I'll sweep/mop the floor when it needs to be swept/mopped.