Thursday, January 29, 2009

Kill The Lights

Hey everyone, First off I would like to say the snow has got to go! I am not a fan of Ohio right now. We have horrible NFL teams, bad weather, and I don’t think I’ve seen the sun in 3 days. (does any body remember what that even is?) Anyways, if there’s one thing that can brighten my day in Ohio, it’s talking about my best friend.

Alright, Let me tell you about a time when Kalea and I first started talking (you know, just being a little bit more than friends.) Well there was a problem with us dating. I grew up with two older brothers who partied all the time, we lived with my dad who was hardly ever home and my brother’s would throw parties all the time. I kind of became costumed to that lifestyle and then it kind of made an image of me that didn’t go through well with parents. I didn’t really care about school, hated waking up early, and just had no motivation to do well. So, since her parents weren’t going to allow us being together…We did what most all teenagers have done. I snuck her out. I would say this is the most thrilling thing to do. You pull up, turn the radio off, and kill the lights. Kalea and I would seriously have the time of our lives; we’d just go back to my house and watch a movie or watch MTV. We’d get so tired because when I’d sneak her out it would have to be pretty late. We’d get to the point where we would be slap-happy and everything on the TV would become funny even if it wasn’t. Those are the things that made it memorable. We did this almost every weekend, we became so good at and eventually seemed like we were mission impossible experts. Although it was worth it and I wouldn’t change anything we did…All good things must come to an end. Guess what happen next? WE GOT CAUGHT! We were no longer the stuntmen we thought we were. We lost track of time and her dad had to go to work the next day and I needed to get her back before her dad would notice she wasn’t in her bed. I will remember this moment for the rest of my life. We were pulling up to where I would drop her off and as I killed the lights we were looking from her road at her house and noticed each light in each room come on. It was her parents looking for her up stairs where her bedroom was. At this moment my stomach dropped all the way to my pinky toe. I felt so bad for her because I knew she was going to be in a TON of trouble. We both looked at each other in disbelief, and didn’t know what to do next. We decided that we should just face the music. I guess I shouldn’t say we because I just dropped her off and went home but they would soon come to find out I was the guy who picked up their daughter in the middle of the night. I didn’t hear from her until that Monday at school because she wasn’t going to have any way of getting a hold of me.

The conclusion of this story is that we fought to hang out with each other even when we weren’t allowed. We were going to make sure we got to see each other and that’s exactly what we did. Furthermore, Kalea fought with her parent’s day in and day out saying that she was going to find a way to hang out with me and there was nothing they could do about it. This wasn’t the case because they had all the power in the world over her. Finally, her parents gave me a CHANCE. They decided that maybe if they got to know me then they would rather have her inside the house safe then out with a boy. From that point on we were together for 3 plus years and were the best days of my life.



Thursday, January 22, 2009

Shes Got It All

Hey everyone, I’m still learning the ropes of this blog, however, I do have a good feeling that in the end it will turn out pretty good. Last blog I told you I would give you a better sense of who Kalea is and that’s exactly what I’m going to do.

Kalea to me is one of the most unique people I have ever met. She tries to be like nobody but herself. I’ve never met someone with so much confidence then her. Kalea is very intelligent and there’s nothing better than a girl with some smarts. She is the biggest brat in the whole world; I can’t even begin to tell you how much. You can call me crazy but it is seriously one of the things I love about her. The thing with her is, I want to do anything and everything for her and she knows it and probably knows that since I like that she’s a brat then she will get what she wants. Now I don’t want you to think she takes advantage of it because she is very appreciative. Next, she has the best sense of style, in my opinion anyways. She just wants to be herself and have her own sense of style. Kalea and I went to the same high school and graduated together in 2008. She cheered for basketball, football, and competition. She wants to be a Psychologist or a doctor of some sort (Told ya she was smart). She’s a girl who knows what she wants and I can only be thankful for that. I say this because being a guy; you don’t always have the answers. I know for a fact that most guys feel me on that (haha). She’s a good girl, loves her momma, loves Jesus and America too. She’s a good girl, crazy about Elvis, loves horses and her boyfriend too. Although, this is a Tom Petty song “Free Fallin”, every one of those things is true.

All in all, Kalea is a well-rounded girl and not figuratively speaking, because that would be rude (haha). Anyways, she’s a very understanding person, a great listener, and a great person. Even if I weren’t to end up with her down the road (which I hope doesn’t happen), I just wish for her to be completely happy.



Thursday, January 15, 2009

All You Need Is Love.

Hey everyone, it’s about 1:20AM. I find it better for me to write at this time because I live with 2 other guys and being able to focus isn’t that easy. Anyways, like I said in my last post I am going to talk to you about my thoughts on having a soul mate. This girl is my other half, she just gets me. I don’t won’t to have to keep referring her to as “this girl” so we will call her Kalea. Kalea and I grew up together in our small town of Circleville, Ohio. We were always just really good friends, nothing more and nothing less. We just always clicked as being good friends.
What’s a soul mate you might be thinking? To me well, it's like a best friend, but more. It's the one person in the world that knows you better than anyone else. It's someone who makes you a better person. Actually, they don't make you a better person, you do that yourself because they inspire you. A soul mate is someone who you carry with you forever. It's the one person who knew you and accepted you and believed in you before anyone else did or when no one else would. And no matter what happens, you'll always love her. Nothing can ever change that. Make sense?

In the month of October in Circleville we have a festival called the Pumpkin Show. I’ve went to this festival since I was in a baby carriage. I finally got to the age where I could run around and be on my own with my friends. I bet you can probably guess who I ran around with. Kalea and I hold this festival near and dear to our hearts. It’s something we’ve always been psyched for when it came to October. The Pumpkin Show was downtown and all the streets got closed and rides went up. Carney stands were on each road and food was everywhere you went. I find it that every year I go into the Pumpkin Show, everything reminds me of her. The way the cold smells of October run through the air, the fried foods that make everyone salivate, and that sense of childlike wonder you have when you ride rides. She has that much of an effect on me. All of those thoughts and feelings were us being great friends. We were never elementary boyfriend and girlfriend or middle school boyfriend and girlfriend just friends. Then came high school and it was Pumpkin Show time. We had just got into our sophomore year of high school and we had gotten closer then we ever had. Then that’s when it got serious, as corny as this is, I asked her out on a ride called the “Zipper”, our ride had stopped at the very top and I asked to be my girlfriend, yeah, a real Casa Nova huh? But that’s where it started. A place we both felt like kids and we shared a sense of who we were with each other.

Next blog, I plan to give you a better sense of who Kalea is.

Temperatures are cold, roads may still be bad…everyone be safe and have a great weekend!

Friday, January 9, 2009

I've got soul but I'm not a soldier

Hey folks! My name is Fitz and I am a firm believer of having or finding a soul mate. I know at this time in my life that this may just seem like puppy love or some person who is in my life and in a couple of months this person will be a stranger. Over the course of this quarter I will be blogging about a special person in my life. I have known this girl since I was a little tyke. She knows me inside and out and I believe she is my soul mate. Things to come this quarter will be the past and the present of her and I, why I believe in finding that one person, and do others believe in finding a soul mate. I am only 19 years old and not the type of person who wear my heart on my sleeve, so this is an outlet for me and hopefully some might find some interest of what I am writing about. I can assure you that this blog won’t be about what is going on with this certain person and I every day of my life. It’s more of the history of her and I what a true soul mate is to me. If anybody knows what it’s like to have a person who just gets you and knows exactly what you’re thinking and how you’re feeling, then this blog will be interesting for you and may be able to relate to. If my guy friends were to know that I was writing a blog about my personal feelings and about a certain girl, they would probably be very interested! I do not talk about my feelings or what I am thinking, I truly only talk to the girl that knows me the best. I just don’t like to involve people in my personal life. I feel I don’t need any advice and that I will only do what is in my head or what I feel is right. Anyways, this won’t be just a soppy love story, it’s real and I hope I can grab some readers.