I miss having that group that you expected to get a call from at 1am saying, "hey you wanna come over and watch Twin Peaks then go to Denny's, Jason's going to pick you up" or even just as simple as them kicking you out of bed to go take a road trip for no reason. I miss having a crew--that had similar interests.
The older I get the more I notice how different I really am. I have lots of different friends and diverse tastes and not everyone can acclimate to that. I am not a snob but I do have standards. I know what it's like to have nothing and the opposite. I don't want to be some elite but I don't want to be on cruise control in the school of hard knocks forever either. So where does that leave me? I try and get along with the person not the lifestyle but it does piss me off when good people live a certain life because they're supposed to. I'd like to find someone that can "float" like me-different interests, open minded, not concerned with living the life they're supposed to in some catagory. My life is pretty simple at the moment. I work, I do my schoolwork, I play halo, crotchet, make concoctions with herbs, and I always cook a big meal on Sundays( it's a habit from growing up and although I've no family out here I still like to carry that on).I grew up in the country and although I was one of the weirdest people in my little town, I do miss it at times. I grew up on the lake fishing and riding on dirt roads, on farms, making something from nothing. In fact my first job was at a bluegrass hall. I live in the city and thoroughly enjoy it but at times my inner redneck rears it's ugly head. I go to my friends and play guitar, sing karaoke, and in the summer I like to go swimming with my son and go to the park.