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It's almost Christmas and I am freaking out! I have no job, I am a student at Medix School in Brantford.... PSW Coarse... Trying to get it right for once and it seems, yet again I screwed up! I should have gone for schooling after Christmas, So I could have a job and have money for gifts for my son... What was I thinking? I was thinking of the fututre, I was thinking of how great it would be to have a career and not a job....

But I am still GRRRRISH about it.... Why?

My son Stephen is 5, He still has that Christmas magic in him... He's going to wounder why Santa never came to his place...

Have you ever been in this situation?
If so what did you do?
and if not, what are your view points on this?

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