The story so far:
I don't really know what's going on in my mind, just when I think every things smooth sailing, I hit a wave of doubt and uncertainty. Although this really has nothing to do with the fact that all my life I was pushed from one situation to another like a checker peice, but through each of these experiences I've learned that to calm ones heart and fiery passions, instead of trying to block out those memories, or change the image of a loved one from one thing to another... That I should accept those feelings and let them die out on there own, and relish the time with the loved one and let it play itself out until another thought pops into my head.
Though I must admit it's been a tad bit trying on the mind to say the least. I've been doing some thinking on the whole of things at my current point in life. I know I'm signed up with a temp agency, so that pretty much takes care of the job part of things. I'm still single, which doesn't really bother me as much as it used to. I still need to get my pilots license and buy my first house... Or at least find a place where the rent is cheap. I also need to help get Avatars United off the ground and into the air with the stories and such. My feelings for Kimberlee have pretty much subsided and every thing's returned to normal... For me anyways. I've dealt with my feelings for sarah, and we've both agreed it would be better off if we stayed friends. And now those are getting back into place. I'm still a virgin, no surprise there.
As for the whole of the crew matter, tari's doing fine, she has her moments where I want to smack her one, but every thing's been a little rocky from time to time. My relationship with my step dad Scott has improved a little bit, as well as with my dad. I haven't talked to any of my cousins in a while but I'm trying to change that.
I guess all in all things are going pretty well for me. I'm making new friends gradually and I'm finding that even if I don't really belong in any one group of friends. I know that I have friends that I cherish to death, and that's saying a lot right there.