passed my exam no problem, but i still have homework. i'm just so spent... the parents are being EXTREMELY irritating and extreme assholes, worse than usual, because some relatives are coming over for like a week. it's their own damn fault they haven't cleaned the house in 20 years, we constantly complain to them about it and they give a billion excuses, now suddenly they CAN clean (somewhat) because "someone else is coming over for more than an hour". and they still blame the house being messy on us, as if 99% of the crap in the hous wasn't theirs. and now they're doing that shit again where they constantly roll up the blinds and open the curtains, and have plugged in "festive" lights, so my eyes hurt from all the light even WITH sunglasses on, fuck you.
in other news, we're going to get another meeting with social services in about a month, and i have a meeting at the unemployment office next week. i had to go to the eyedoctor and get them to write me a referral to this handicap-place, they're supposed to give me a meeting and test me further to see what kinds of daily-life tools i can/should get, then they're supposed to refer me back to the unemployment office so i can get the real, special help disabled people get.
but all this takes MONTHS in-between meetings! so like, i signed up at the normal unemployment office 4-5 months ago and still haven't gotten into the handicap office yet. i dunno what the heck they can possibly say at this meeting next week, they're supposed to talk to me -with- someone from the handicap-place but like i said, i haven't even been there yet so??
anyway, my wife's started learning esperanto for real, as in she made a twitter and tweets from time to time and asks me how to say stuff. she said if i retranslate "the legend of sleepy hollow" she'll read it, because she likes the story but when i glanced at it it was using really weird/rare words and in general was not exactly wording things in the simplest manner. so i've been slooowly working on that when i'm too tired to really think. since all i do is take their translation (from gutenberg), compare it to the original english text (also from gutenberg) and change it, i don't have to think so much and it goes pretty fast. when i'm done i'll just sell it. i'll also turn it into kanji practice and sell that too. then i'll turn the original english story into kanji practice based off the esperanto one and sell that. and hopefully make some amount of money.
ALSO I REALLY WANT POKEMON SUN/MOON!! i've been playing the free demo and watching the trailers, it looks soooooo fun. it costs like $60 USD or something though so i can't afford it. then i realized, i can make SMALL goals like this. make something where i can possibly earn $60 from it just so i can buy this game, then find a new goal, do that over and over, soon i'll be making $600 and $6000 because everything i make will get... "rolling customers". like, selling PDFs is something that has no cost on my end and will keep earning me random money. i've been focusing on the big picture ("must earn $6,000") which, i now realize, is completely wrong and demotivating. it's what my wife's been trying to tell me all this time but it didn't click until i thought of it myself purely for getting money for this pokemon game (without thinking that i'd keep earning money from it after the game was bought)....