MIls, from reading your earlier posts I estimate you have been learning piano for approx 5.5 months. I have often written how I found the first year to be full of despondent lows, and although there were some really nice highs, overall I found it tough and I will never pine for those good old days
Perhaps we never hear from you when you are feeling good? The point is the first year can be really tough, the following years are tough but I think the first is the toughest.
When you were using Alfred's you wrote how you really hated it, (and I can understand that up to a point), but now it sounds like you have ditched the Alfred book and have crossed into classical pieces. However with so little experience you have to understand, it really doesn't matter what genre you are using, it just comes down to time on the bench. Yes, you have told us before you are practicing hard but feel like a failure, well that is the other problem of the first year, practicing hard and getting nowhere is just normal.
Looking back at my first year, I learned a lot of pieces but I only considered about three in the whole year as success's. I know that isn't a great count for the effort, but I feel you might get something out of piano if you really stick with a level appropriate piece, and get it to recording level. Even better post it on this forum and be proud of what you have achieved.
All the best.