Ah, I see. Very understandable and I empathize with you. If you'd like, there's always community colleges; you can stay at home while still being able to study what you want in a new environment, and after two years, you can automatically go into any college or university you want if you decide to pursue that (not to mention it's so much cheaper!). You don't necessarily have to go out of town if you don't want to either. You get a taste of independence while not going too far with it. ;P (Oh, and I think they give community colleges too much of a bad rep in the media. There's a CC around here that's actually very open, friendly and have great teachers, so don't listen to the media and instead look at reviews for CCs around where you are, okay?)
And you know, you'd probably do better than you think in getting into colleges and universities, but you won't know unless you try. You're not going to lose anything by not getting in, after all (well, except for some money for application fees. ">.>).
Lol. No, I don't have Skype, but give me a sec. I'll continue this by PM. :3
Haha~ Tell me about it. But don't worry, it won't last forever - well, unless you decide to go to college and take every single course and program they have and then go to other colleges and take the courses the previous colleges didn't have. XDDD
>.< I'm SO sorry for not replying sooner! The laptop had crashed, then the internet connection was being more of a pain than usual, and in that time, Serebii was growing out of me.
Again sorry. >.<"
Anyways . . . I was going to, but then I felt so overwhelmed with a new forum and all. ^ ^; Plus, I couldn't really find anything to post on - mostly due to the fact I rarely actually post in a forum unless a topic or something REALLY screams out at me. . . .