Currently driving home from grocery shopping with them (Mary--his sister--and Noah--his brother in law)... So much has happened. I got the job, today was my first day.
Everyone there is so nice...? My boss is cool so far, much more laid back than my old boss, and the job is pretty much the same, if not more efficiently done than at the other Subway.
And his family is so nice! 😭
While we were at the grocery store I had grabbed my own basket and everything, totally ready to buy my own food and help out a bit, and about halfway through the store they said they'd get it and no amount of insisting worked, and in the end they actually did end up buying it, and I feel like such a gross freeloader and I told them that, and they just said they'll help me out a bit now, and later, when I'm on food stamps finally, I can go ahead and help them out a bit towards the end of the month and...? I'm just so amazed at how kind people can be, it's such a weird thing for me to see... I'm not used to it. Growing up with my family it's always a "watch your back 24/7" situation, I've never really... I don't know... It's weird to be able to relax and focus on being happy and developing new skills for once.
Speaking of new skills, my boyfriend's brother in law--Noah--is helping me learn to play the piano. I had a interest in it before, but was never really good, and could only play with my right hand... He taught me a few things, and I'm currently learning to play Clocks by Coldplay.
I'm doing good, not phenomenal, but good. It's pretty nice, and he's very understanding about teaching me, and being patient with it, but also not letting me give up just cause I get frustrated. It's teaching me to keep going at things that get on my nerves until I get them right, instead of just calling it quits... I have to be up at 5:30am for work tomorrow, so I guess I should pop some sleeping pills real quick and go to bed... It's 9pm now and I've been home, writing this off and on, showering, putting groceries away, etc.