These past three years have been a learning experience. While I will not say what happened recently (at least, not in public), I will say that my beloved cat, Zelda, will be forever missed. The best lessons are often the hardest to learn... but if you can learn them, then you may just be the better person.
Never be so trusting of everyone. It can turn into a serious disaster.
I'll be releasing some new things for everyone to look at. While I won't say too much, some of them are in haiku. To those who don't know, haiku is Japanese poetry. Keep in mind that I'm not a professional at this - I just do it for fun.
In regards to what I am doing for a living, I'll be working at another Wal-mart. It's a little farther than the one next to my home, but it's not as far as the one over in Keller. Best of all, they seem to understand what I've been through - something that I certainly didn't expect.
What's funny is that I felt something - not sure what. In the aftermath of the events that have occurred, I felt something... and it wasn't the water on my face.
It then hit me. I want to do... something else. I want to remember... and be remembered.
Something inside my husk (my form) moved, though what it was I've no idea. I know that someday I will return to stillness, but things will never be the same.