Have you ever just stopped for a moment to just take it all in? By "all" i mean your current state in life, and how it compares to a previous state before, and what it will possibly lead to. As many of you have noticed I have been inactive on DA for quite awhile. About a little over a year or so. So what is my "state" now compared to a year ago? Concerning to say the least. Not sure why but i haven't Hanna's slightest of what I want to do with my life. I'll be turning 22 in roughly 4 months. Time is passing, friends coming and going, experiences experienced, ideas thought, and I'm not sure what i have to show for it. I see close friends, family members, acquaintances, significant others, and everyday Earl's going about their life. I see them pursuing their goals, working to make a living, making their deadlines, and starting that mad dash towards their adult lives. But I'm nt running with them. I'm kinda just in the crowd BS-ing around. Not really sure what i want to do years from now, down the road, next month, or tomorrow. Just sitting there in the crowd watching everyone run, thinking to myself "Must be nice, wish i could join them, I'm just not that much of a runner."
Still don't really know what I'm doing or what i want to do. I act like I'm still in Jr/Sr High School, when I should be acting like I'm in college. Instead of 21 going on 22, I'm more like 21 going on 16. But what can be done? Ehhhh~
So yeah anyways like i said before trying to put more comics and sketches up on DA hoping for at least something every week. I want to start a new strip as well we'll see what comes of that. Hope that wasnt all gloom and doom for ya'll haha just a little Ehhhh~ feeling :/ hmmmm need something to cheer things up...
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