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A Weird Relationship Mar. 11th, 2009 @ 10:39 pm
She has been on my mind everyday  since I met her almost three years ago. We had a phone conversation earlier today and she almost told me she loved me but she stopped because our relationship is very complicated. I really love this girl and I can see her being in my future but how long will i be waiting?
Current Location: work
Current Mood: curiouscurious
Current Music: planet radio 96.5

She has no idea about what I think Nov. 29th, 2008 @ 04:29 am
Lately, I can't stop thinking about her. I have yet to see a flaw in her. She is clean: not a drinker, not a smoker, doesn't whore herself out, tries not to lie, and is a great person. For almost four years, I have longed to hold her, to be the one who makes her happy, to be the reason she smiles everyday. When I heard her reaction to me joining the service, I seriously considered not joining. I would do anything and everything to make her happy. Whenever we get the opportunity, we play games online with each other. I had a pretty consistent habit of picking on her until recently. I don't know why I stopped; I think it was just to see if I could. I haven't picked at her for two weeks, but I don't think she has noticed. After watching her in a relationship with another guy for three painful years, my hopes rose when they had problems and broke up.  I saw that she recently changed her status on Facebook to 'in a relationship.' I don't know anything about it and didn't even know she was talking to someone. I saw her tonight while I was at work, and she looked at me, but it was very brief, almost as if she was guilty of something. I don't know how she feels about me and I am almost scared to find out. Guess the best thing for me to do is to wait it out and see where I end up. For the lucky ones on my myspace or Facebook friends list, this is the she that I speak of. I could only hope that one day she will be in my arms.
Current Location: mall- work
Current Mood: tiredtired

Thank a Veteran. They deserve it. Nov. 11th, 2008 @ 11:23 am
It is the VETERAN, not the preacher,
who has given us freedom of religion.

It is the VETERAN, not the reporter,
who has given us freedom of the press.

It is the VETERAN, not the poet,
who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the VETERAN, not the campus organizer,
who has given us freedom to assemble.

It is the VETERAN, not the lawyer,
who has given us the right to a fair trial.

It is the VETERAN, not the politician,
Who has given us the right to vote.

It is the VETERAN who salutes the Flag,
It is the VETERAN who serves under the Flag,


May we never forget the sacrifice of those who have served our country in previous wars and those who continue to serve today. May they always be welcomed home and treat with the respect and dignity that they deserve.

To all the veterans, Thank you.

how to end it Oct. 10th, 2007 @ 02:56 am
hey im in a relationship tat i feel isnt going anywhere. the girl im dating is nice but i dont feel a special connection. shes a great person and i dont know how to end it without being an ass or anything. what do i do?
Current Location: home
Current Mood: confusedconfused

news Oct. 3rd, 2007 @ 12:47 am
hello everyone. i have news. big news. this past weekend i enlisted in us army reserve. i leave january 8. i will be headed to fort jackson, south carolina for basic. i will update everyone when i get the address of my post. i will also be headed to maryland for my ait training on april 1. i will update everyone on the address when that comes to.
Current Location: my room
Current Mood: enthusiastic
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» the ending
its over and its her fault. i had always hoped that maybe there would be more and yet now there is apparently nothing. to me its another mark under the screwed over category. everyone i hold dear in my life has hurt me in someway. is there ever going to be an end to my pain and how do i ease it? how will i ever find true happiness? i know the One way. the pain hurts more with each added wound. the scar is becoming slowly permanent. im starting to wonder if it will ever leave. i lost my best friend and i dont know how to deal with it. why was i so stupid? did i really go to far to tell her that i was in love with her? will i ever have her as a friend again? i never hold on to anything and i know that i wont hold on to this. but will she ever come around? i know this isnt organized and right now i dont care. life is spiraling down ward and im nearing the bottom. my support system is starting to cripple and i cant find a brace. please help me.
» Operation America Rising- "A Show of Support forour Troops"
Operation America Rising - "A show of support for our Troops"
Operation America Rising, a non-partisan, all volunteer charitable organization, will be holding a "Show of support for the Troops and their Missions" rally which will take place on 07-07-07 in states all across this great land. There will be prominent speakers and entertainers. Children and adults will be gathering together saluting America's patriotism. People of all ages will show our Troops that we are behind them. Attend our Troop support rally and show them that you care about their personal sacrifices being made for our country and the freedoms that we all have as United States citizens.

Please join us for this very special event at the USS Kidd in Baton Rouge, LA on Saturday, July 7, 2007 beginning at 3:00p.m. Please bring your lawn chairs, signs of support, and American Spirit. Parking is available at the Belle of Baton Rouge or the River Center parking garages. Please do not park in front of the USS Kidd Museum.

About Operation America Rising
Operation America Rising is an all volunteer organization dedicated to supplying morale-boosting support to our Military service members and their families. It fosters a NONPARTISAN view. Americarising.org is a pending 501c(3) organization. For further information about Operation America rising please visit:



Contact Info:
Chris Goodland/ Janet Broussard - Rally Coordinators
Chris Goodland [sound-services@cox.net] or [337-288-6130]
Janet Broussard [broussard3@hotmail.com] or [225-270-2537]

*This is a copy of the press release for the event.
» Lay your world on me
Hey, I have been realizing lately just how important it is to have people to support you as you go through different things in life. Recently, I was evicted from my apartment due to late rent and even if I had the money my roommate wanted me gone. I had less than a week to try to find a place, plus I had to work. So, needless to say, it was gonna be a challenge. Through the grace of God, support of my friends, and the help of my dad and mostly my stepmom, I kept my sanity, stayed collected, moved my stuff out of my apartment, and found a place to stay (most of this done in five hours). Diana was a big portion of my support and so was Stacey. Ya'll deserve more than what I can offer to you. You two have helped me out in so many tough situations it's unreal. I'm glad to have you two women as friends and as a support system. Hope to continue having this kind of support system. You two women are awesome and I love ya'll to death.


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» April Fools' Day
Hey everyone . What's up? Nothing has been happening lately. I work daily; I go to school daily; and I thank God everyday for the wonderful friends I have. Without my friends in my life, I never would be where I am right now. The wisdom and understanding of the people in my life varies through their different life experiences and allows each to give a different response to the same situation. Take my friend Diana: she has seen divorce, heartbreak, and two stepparents. She is a very understanding person when I ask her for advice. She is usually extremely optimistic and almost always smiling. She can be as modest as hell but still has a sexy side. She knows how be serious while still having fun. She doesn't let things slow her down. I am thankful that I have such a great and wonderful friend like her. By the way, if any of ya'll care, I work Easter Sunday. Come visit if you so choose. Have a great Easter season and thank God for everyday of your life and for sacrificing His Son for our sins.
» friendship
The most valuable things someone can have in their life is friends. I have been blessed with a lot of them. One of my best friends is my friend Diana. She has been there for so much and we have only known each other
I hope that everyone will find a friend as dear and precious and amazing as her. She has been a great support for everything that I have trouble with. God has been so good to me. He has blessed me with such a wonderful friend. She is smart, beautiful, and very deep in her faith. I hope that I will be there at her wedding and when she has kids and when she needs me at any given time.Thank you Diana for being such a great friend.
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