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my life in twilight..... [Mar. 9th, 2007|08:26 pm]
southaeastpunk
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hello.....
how are you you? haha....
wow, it has been a long time since i have updated this thing. life has been the same as it ever was, always working, always busy. work really drains it out of me. but i am currently making bank. it's a sad day that i only have 2 more weeks left of making $22/hour. and to think for a solid 2 months i was getting overtime at time and a half. wow, this is one job i will never forget. it helped me realize a few things and it has also gotten me into better shape. I remember when i first took the job i dreaded going in every day, now it's such a part of my routine i am afraid of all the free time i will have when i am laid off. anyways there are things in the past my job has helped me get over and get through. ya know it's kinda funny what money can do to a person. how much it motivates them and exactly what they will do for it. i have been blessed. my situation of the heart therefore has changed, i have realized what i want to do with my life and where i want to be, but no idea who i want to be there with. the one person i was with a year ago to this day i thought was it has become a distant memory, something that hardly ever crosses mind anymore. and i say that with no reserve at all. it's odd how i thought it would always hurt but it barely does anymore. i gave my all and more, i really tried. tried hard enough to realize that it just wasn't for me. there are so many other things that can make me happy. money is one of them, a nice car, nice things, and a steady financial base that i can call my own. i get off topic really fast on this thing and it's easy to lose track of what i am saying. but hey it's livejournal. this is my life in twilight.....
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