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    • the end.

      9 years ago

      kmuss

      Vex flew us silently and smoothly in a path away from the space station. He reached over and grabbed my hand as we continued. The course was smooth, calming. With both of our eyes focused on the darkness in front of us, we flew for hours. I still don't know what was going through Vex's head, but all I could think about was how nice it would be if the darkness just swallowed us both; if we stayed connected through out linked hands until the end of time without having to address the issues waiting for us.
      Finally, the silence was broken by my stomach. A loud groan echoed through the empty ship, reminding me that I hadn't eaten for almost two days now. Vex looked over at me with a stern expression and asked "are you hungry?"
      "I guess so... do you have anything?"
      "Yeah... yeah, there are some supplies just back there. Let me grab something for you."
      "No, it's fine. I'm sure I'll find something." I unfastened my harness and drifted toward the storage units.
      As I reached for some chicken I felt an arm on my shoulder. It set me off balance a little and as I began to drift downward, Vex pulled me up to him and kissed me. I felt the kiss get deeper almost as soon as it started. Our lips opened simultaneously, and, thoughtlessly, my hands drifted to the back of his neck. His now shaggy hair laced itself between my fingers. As the lack of gravity made us turn slowly, we both fell into a distantly familiar rhythm. The rhythm followed the sound of the engine driving the ship into the darkness. Each intertwining mechanism safely pushed us forward into dark isolation. The slow rocking noises from the engine and the creaking of the ship sang to the distant reaches of space so that the Gods could hear its tune, and when our bodies separated, and reality sank in once again, Vex took his place at the cockpit with me at his side.
      "This is it for us, isn't it, Nura..."
      "Vex... I... yeah... yeah, it is."
      "It doesn't have to be this way. Yes, I have to leave, you know I hate to, but I'll come back. I'll be there once it's over, and we can have our life again."
      "Vex, we never had a life to begin with. It's always been about the war, and... and you know as well as I do that it will never be over. At least not for you..."
      Vex turned to me with pain darkening his brow. "I love you, Nura."
      "I know." We shared a smile before Vex turned the ship around, facing it back toward the space station.
      "I'll never stop worrying about you."
      "Well, if I ever need rescuing, I know exactly who to call."
      "I'll be there by the end of the first ring."
      When we docked, Vex walked me through the gate. We embraced.
      I walked back to my room, and climbed into bed with Lance. He said nothing, but wrapped his arms around me. I cried into his shoulder as he stroked my hair and rubbed my back until I drifted off.
      I woke up the next morning to a soft light coming in from the kitchen. I smelled coffee brewing and heard Lance rummaging through cupboards. I breathed deeply and smiled to myself. I got up and headed for the smell, squinting into the light ahead.
      "Good Morning."

    • the reunion

      9 years ago

      kmuss

      I had no idea how I was able to stand. Every inch of me ached with anticipation, and, as I waited by the entrance of the space station to see Vex, all I could do was hug myself, trying to keep it all together.
      The day before had my entire world spiraling. One minute I was in my room with my new husband, celebrating our second day as a married couple, and the next minute I was knelt over the same radio that had shattered my heart hearing a voice I thought I would never hear again. "Hello, Nura." It was the voice from the radio transmission that I had spent so many sleepless night playing again and again. The first voice that I had heard when I was rescued from my alien captors, and the voice that whispered my name when I lost my virginity. "How are you?"
      "Vex?... How... how are you alive? What happened to you?"
      "I've been on one of their ships. They picked me up from my ship's wreckage and kept me aboard. Oh, Nura, I've been so worried about you, I can't tell you how glad I am to hear your voice."
      "Vex... I'm sorry, I'm just so shocked. I'm so happy that you're..." My voice cut out. Two years as an alien captive. The two weeks that I had spent aboard one of those ships forever changed who I was, but two years... How was Vex even sane? Lance stepped out of the corner for the first time since the conversation started and put his hand on my shoulder.
      "Nura," continued Vex, "I'm coming to the space station tonight, as soon as they'll let me leave."
      "Alright, Vex. I'll be waiting for you."
      Once the radio conversation was over, I looked up at Lance and saw the clear pain in his eyes. I didn't know what to tell him. I wanted to reassure him. I wanted to let him know that it was still only him that I wanted, but so much of me knew that that wasn't true. I left the room silently, and hoped that Lance would not follow. I went back to the room that Lance and I shared, changed and fixed my hair quickly; then rooted myself to the spot just outside the entrance. The journey from Earth to the space station was about a day and a half. I spent the night in one of the uncomfortable plastic chairs that lined the entrance hall. At about 6 o'clock the next day I knew that Vex had to have been getting close so I stood closer to the gate.
      Three hours later the doors to the entrance opened. I saw Vex walk through the gate. His old limp had diminished generously, but so had his complexion and girth. Vex's eyes met mine, and he smiled. That was all it took. I sprinted over to him with tears streaming down my face. I felt his arms lift me so that he could absorb my impact and when he set me down he pulled away slightly in order to grab both sides of my face. He pulled me into a salty kiss that broke when we both grinned. I hugged him again and we stood like that, holding each other for a very long time. He had come alone and it was the middle of the night so no one else was near the entrance. We went back and forth from grasping each other tightly to looking deeply into each other's eyes for what was probably hours. No words were spoken. Neither one of us wanted anything to taint the beauty of this moment. Finally, Vex broke the silence, "Let's go to a room and talk. I want to know what's been going on since I left."
      "I left." The words echoed over and over again in my head. Night after night I cursed Vex for leaving when I had begged him not to go. So much of the time I mourned him, I also hated him for leaving me. I took a step back, not sure of what to say. Vex put his hand on my arm to comfort me and I swatted it away leaving a hurt expression on his gaunt face.
      "Are you going to leave me again?"
      "What?"
      "Are you going to go back?"
      "Nura... well yes, Nura, I have to. I have enough information to end the war. They need me."
      I looked at Vex and knew that there was nothing I could do to convince him otherwise.
      "Hey, Vex? Will you taking me flying?"

    • patriot

      9 years ago

      kmuss

      Vex left the "mother ship" just as he had done so many times, sent out in a small craft to check for mechanical issues on the outside of the station. Maintenance was Vex's job aboard the craft. It was not as prestigious as the jobs that had been offered to him, nor did it come with any of the perks, but, because Vex had refused to reveal any military secrets, it was the only job that he was willing to do. The way Vex saw it, making sure that the ship didn't fall out of the sky, as much as he wished to see the destruction of the aliens, was a way to protect the many captors on the ship.
      Vex was often asked to check for mechanical issues in this way simply as a precaution. This time, however, Vex had been asked for a specific reason. He had been told by the alien captain's translator that certain sections of the ship had been having "temperature issues." Vex knew that the only way that the aliens would even acknowledge such issues was if the "issues" had been severe enough that some of their own kind had lost their lives, but asked no questions. He directed his craft toward the section of the ship that contained the engine and temperature regulatory equipment. There seemed to be nothing unusual about the ship's exterior at first, but as Vex inched closer to the region an explosion rocketed chunks of ship in his direction. Vex skillfully avoided the obstacles and looked around to see if there was anything around to have caused such a disturbance. Vex turned to see a large naval ship hovering just outside of what he knew to be the station's localized radar. Instinctually, Vex rushed toward the ship. He began projecting the S.O.S. signal, and quickly rewiring the craft's radio system. Vex wasn't sure exactly how long he had been an alien captive, but he hoped beyond what seemed like a reasonable idea that the same frequency would be picked up by the soldiers on board.
      "This is Captain Vex Bykail. Former Navy Pilot and decorated officer in the United States Navy. What is your name and rank?" The sweat was thick on Vex's brow as he awaited the reply, and when he finally heard the response he had been aching for Vex was unable to reply. He let his craft be pulled in by the larger navy ship and nearly collapsed when he saw the gun-toting soldiers standing at his open door. After instructing them to leave the area before the aliens became entirely aware of what was happening, Vex simply sat in silence as he left forever the alien home that he despised so deeply.
      The next few days went by in a blur for Vex. He was quickly designated to a Naval space station several miles away from the alien one he had just left. After being greeted by every officer on the ship, he was questioned again and again about his experience. Vex told the officers everything. Vex probably gave them enough information about alien life-forms to extradite the entire race from the face of the earth. He knew every weakness, and every strength. He knew every detail of their technologies and biological make-up. After almost 34 hours of interview every officer on the ship felt that Vex needed rest. Vex, however, wanted only one thing. He wanted to find Nura.

    • two years later

      9 years ago

      kmuss

      I found myself staring once again at the ring on my finger. It was so amazingly brilliant that I still found it hard to believe that I even owned such a masterpiece. I looked up from the ring to take a final look in the mirror. The person staring back looked more beautiful than I'd ever seen her. She was perfect except for the tear cascading gracefully through her previously unblemished make-up. I watched her wipe away the tear and straighten the folds in the front of her gown. I watched her smile and turn to face the door as it opened to another smiling face.
      "You look absolutely beautiful, Nura," said Lt. MacAvoy as he took my hands and kissed me softly on the cheek. His smile made the lines around his eyes stand out clearly and I could see the wetness building around his lashes.
      "Thank you, Patrick." I couldn't help but smile more widely. "And thanks for doing this for me... I can't tell you how much it means..."
      He put his hand up gently to stop me from saying anything else, "I would have been insulted had you not asked." He stuck out his elbow. "Are you ready, dear?"
      I swallowed what was left of my emotion and took his arm. He guided me proudly toward the door as it opened revealing the entire population of the space-station. I saw all the faces light up, and was forced to choke back another surge of emotion when the thought "Vex would've hated this" popped into the forefront of my mind. I forced my eyes to the front of the room to the solemn face of Captain Lance DeWitt. When his eyes met mine, i saw the tears running down his face and let my own finally fall. I reached the front of the relatively tiny room, not remembering at all how I had gotten there, and felt the arm that had been guiding me fall away.
      "Who presents this woman?"
      "I do," said the shaky voice of the man behind me. I stared deeply into Lance's eyes and stepped forward, taking his hands without even thinking.
      Somehow, I managed to say what I needed to when I needed to. I managed to accept the kiss of the man who suddenly felt so foreign and even managed to kiss him back. I giggled when he grabbed my hand and pulled me quickly down the aisle of now cheering observers, and I fell into his arms gratefully when we finally reached the empty hallway.
      As soon as we were alone, I felt all of my hesitation fade away. I kissed Lance DeWitt with gratitude and pure unadulterated love. "Are you happy?" He asked apprehensively? I had known since the beginning that he always felt like our relationship wouldn't live up to the one I had shared with my first husband. I also knew that when I rolled out of his arms in the middle of the night with obvious discontent across my slumbering face, he feared that I was only with him because I didn't want to be alone. Because I had lost everything and could no longer live a life in this place without a protector. What he didn't know, however, was that this place had become a home. He didn't know that throughout the course of my time with him I had developed the ability, the strength to protect myself. He didn't know that I choose him because I loved him more than I could remember loving anyone else. And even though thoughts of Vex still followed me, mingling with internal grocery lists and money troubles, Captain Bykail was nothing but a ghost.
      Little did I know that nearly 10,000 miles away, in a space-station not entirely different from mine, Captain Vex Bykail was also thinking about the ghost from his past. As his arms wrapped around Isabella and he lowered her onto the tiny cot that they had shared on so many occasions, the familiar taste of her lips wasn't enough to distract him from the image of a former lover. Vex didn't miss a beat in the routine that had been ingrained so deeply into both partners, and there was no way that Isabella could have known where his mind had just been. Vex had just begun to unbutton Isabella's shirt when the also familiar siren began to ring throughout the ship. The couple jumped up quickly and began to straighten their issued clothing as the alien officer approached Vex's room. The tiny man who played the role of this particular alien's translator stepped into the room followed by an alien that Vex quickly recognized as the second in command. "The captain wishes to have a word with Mr. Bykail."

    • An important Man

      11 years ago

      kmuss

      I met Vex when he rescued me from an alien ship. I had been a hostage for two weeks before Vex rescued myself and several others.
      The way Vex had pursued me, once we had returned to Earth, could only be described in one way: courting. This shy man who had been raised for a military life had never thought about dating before he met me. So, Vex would bring flowers to my house, wearing his nicest uniform. He would always take me to dinner, then, escort me home, all in the politest of manners. After a few weeks of dinner and flowers, I found myself thinking that my feelings for Vex were less like love and more like gratitude for saving me. It wasn't until one of Vex's officer buddies gave Vex the idea to take me flying that things turned in his favor. The look on his face when we took off and the instant ease that he seemed to have, made me realize how I really felt about Vex. It also seemed to give me back the hope that had been absent in my life since the abduction. That hope gave the strenght to survive everything that came after.
      "Nura," Lance DeWitt said while looking at my husband's file, "are you okay?"
      I wiped away a tear and answered, "I'm fine, Lance. What does the file say?"
      "Nura, I'm sorry, but it looks like they searched the entire area. It looks like...like there was no chance that Vex could've gotten away. I'm so sorry."
      I stared blankly at a wall. I wasn't sure what I had expected when I kidnapped Captain DeWitt. Whatever it was, I hadn't found it in a file.
      When I let my eyes focus again, I saw Vex's handsome face staring back at me. The walls of this office were covered with pictures of a general with important men, and next to rock stars and presidents was Vex. He had a beautiful smile... had.
      "I think we can go back, now, Lance. I'm not sure what I was looking for anyway."

    • Searching for Vex

      12 years ago

      kmuss

      Two days on a ship with an egotistical jerk who has pity dripping from every word that oozes out of his disgusting lips is enough to make anyone want to curl into a ball and hope that something cuts off the oxygen. I guess it's a good thing that the journey from the space station to Earth only took a day and a half.
      At first, Captain Lance DeWitt would look at me like a woman who belonged in a straight jacket instead of a cockpit. Next, I would find him staring at me with his eyebrows wrinkled in distress. Those looks were the ones that made me think that that stuck-up captain must've lost someone during his flight career. Those looks that showered me with compassion that I didn't want, were the same ones that made me feel sorry for him. Not just sorry, but selfish for using him to look for the one that I loved when he was still hurting for the one that he'd loved. Then, there were the looks of gross satisfaction that he would get when he'd avoid a close asteroid or swerve an ice block. Those were the looks that made me hate him. I'd flown with Vex several times, and not only was he a better pilot, he didn't smirk at me when he avoided a close call, he just kept flying.
      We landed at an American air-base. Lance told me that it was one of the only ones still intact. I hadn't realized how bad things on Earth had gotten. When we arrived at the base Lance and I made our way to the main offices. We were stopped outside by a couple of guards. Lance stepped forward and said, "My name is Captain Lance DeWitt. This is the widow of Captain Vex Bykail." At the sound of the word widow, I cringed. I could feel my throat tighten, and I knew that I didn't want to be a widow. "We are here to see if we can get some information on his death," Lance finished.
      The guards looked at me, and suddenly one grabbed my hand. "This is a great honor, ma'am. Vex was the best pilot that i've ever met." I looked over at the other guard and a single tear was rolling down his tan cheek.
      He was next to grab my hand and when it came time for him to speak all he could say was: "He was a good man. Everyone here is really going to miss him."
      "Thank you." They lead Lance and i into the main building and another officer let us look at Vex's file.

    • Trapped with a Traitor

      12 years ago

      kmuss

      "Wake up, man. Vex, wake up!"
      Vex awoke to a prodding hand and a familiar voice. "Davin? Is... is that you?" Captain Davin Ansel was one of the most celebrated pilots in recent history. Vex could remember Davin in flight school. He was good, but he was stupid. Never-the-less, Vex was proud to call him friend. He was proud right up to the day that Davin's plane went down somewhere over the Atlantic and his body was never found. "Oh, hell, I'm dead aren't I."
      "No, Vex, you're not dead, buddy. Welcome to alien headquarters!" said Davin as he made a broad gesture to the room with his arm. "This, man, this is where the jobs are."
      "Are you telling me that we're on one of those ships?"
      "Nah, man, we're on THE ship. Vex, you and I are on the mother of all the alien ships. Those other ships, those are just hovering prisons for the suckers who weren't smart enough to get away."
      Vex remembered where he was and held back his anger. He pushed down the quickly emerging thoughts of Nura's cramped cage and tried to concentrate on his current surroundings. He was in a plush room, almost like a hotel suite. The bed that he had been lying on was soft, and everything about the room looked like it would be just as comfortable. Vex didn't like it.
      "Davin, why am I here?"
      Davin replied to Vex's question with a smirk that suggested that he'd been wanting to tell someone his story for some time now. "Well, you see, when they shot down my plane. I thought I was lost for sure. I said my goodbyes over the radio while the ocean got closer and closer. I braced myself for a jolt, when, suddenly, the plane stopped falling. Not like suddenly like a crash, but suddenly like I didn't expect it, ya know? I opened my eyes and we, me and my ship, we were floating in mid-air about ten feet above the surface of the water." He finished this description and looked at Vex with a satisfied smile on his face. Vex, who had known Davin for years, just sat back and waited for the story to roll on. "Well, then, Vex, you'll never believe what happened. I was taken aboard this very ship and they dragged me into this dark room. They sat me down in this chair and began layin down all these questions. They wanted to know about our planes, about our codes for commands and things, they even wanted to know about," he leaned in close, "my personal life," Davin whispered. "Vex it was terrible, but finally I gave in."
      "Davin!"
      "I know, man, I know. I was just as ashamed of myself as I've ever been in my whole life, and I've had some stuff to be ashamed of, trust me."
      "I know," Vex added.
      "But you know what Vex? After all this time, I don't regret it one bit. They treat me better here, then any one of my commanders ever did. They give me plenty of warm meals, and see this place, this is my place. isn't it nice? They pretty much let me put whatever I want in here."
      "That's how they always know what we're going to do: you told them our codes." Vex stood and grabbed Davin by the shirt-collar. "Do you have any idea how many lives you took? Do you have any idea how many good men I had to watch die, because you couldn't keep your fat mouth shut? I should kill you right now, you son of a bitch."
      "That's the thing, Vex, you can't kill me. These aliens have all kinds of fancy lasers and such. They can heal pretty much anything. I've seen them cure a bullet wound to the heart. Besides, you even lay a finger on me, and you get thrown out of this pretty little ship into that great vacuum called space. You're screwed, buddy." Vex let go of Davin and went over to a porthole next to the bed. He saw the western hemisphere. "Beautiful ain't it?" said Davin.
      "Not to me." Vex sank to his knees. He thought he saw a ship rocketing through the earth's atmosphere. "That fool," he thought, "he has no idea what he's getting himself into."

    • The voice on the radio

      12 years ago

      kmuss

      "'Mayday, mayday! I got a leak in the fuel line and I'm losing altitude fast,'" Vex's voice jumped at me and knocked me over. I fell into a chair next to the radio, never moving my eyes from the receiver.
      "'Vex, hang tight, buddy. We're on our way.'
      'Tell my wife I love her.'" The line cut to static.
      "Vex!" I threw myself down to the floor and stared into the receiver. I knelt there, pleading with the radio to continue the message.
      "That's... all there is Mrs. Bykail, I'm so sorry," said the co-captain.
      "How can that be all there is? He didn't radio from the ground? What happened when the other men got there?"
      "I'm afraid that by the time they got there, all they found was Vex's ship... It was in flames"
      "No..."
      "Again, I'm so sorry, Mrs. Bykail."
      "NO," I jumped to my feet and screamed at his face. "No, that's not all there is, play me the rest, play me the rest of... no, no you're lying!" My voice choked, "you have to be lying." My body let go and I fell back. Arms grabbed me and moved me gently into a chair. That was all I remembered until I awoke in my bed with Captain DeWitt standing over me. I tried to sit up, but he pushed me back down.
      "You should keep resting for a while, you've had a terrible shock."
      "Why are you here?" If I hadn't been practically delerious, I could've sworn that he looked hurt by my comment.
      "I'm here to make sure that you're ok."
      "No offense, Captain, but I think I'd rather be alone."
      "I'm sorry, but I can't do that."
      "And why not?"
      "Because this ship has a strict policy about this sort of thing, any person who loses a direct family member tragically is immediately placed under suicide watch. You will not be "alone" for some time to come."
      "You're kidding me. Do you honestly think that this is what I need right now: to have some pompous, airhead, asshole looking after me like I'm a two-year-old!"
      "I'm sorry, but if there's anything I can do..."
      "There is." I got up before he could stop me and ran into the hallway. The motion sensors flickered on and everything else was black. "I thought you couldn't leave me alone." I continued running, knowing that he would have to follow.
      "Nura where are you going?" I stopped in front of the onboard ship hanger.
      "You are taking me back to earth." He didn't say anything, he just looked at me with pity in his eyes. That pissed me off. I felt my right fist collide with his jaw before i had even realized what I was doing. "You are taking me back to earth whether you want to or not."

    • Lance DeWitt

      12 years ago

      kmuss

      I look down and see chains at my ankles. I'm bound to a woman directly in front of me. I look behind me and see at least twenty others, all connected in the same long chain. No one looks happy or even awake, and no one looks up. When I look forward again I make a stupid mistake. I look directly at the alien. His face is flat with slits for nostrils, reminiscent of a snake. HIs eyes are big, dark pools of muck and everything about them is threatening. His auburn-colored face tightens when he catches my glance. He marches over to me and touches a metal wand to my thy. "Ahhh!"
      The cold air hit my wet face, shocking me into alertness. The room was dark so that I couldn't see my hand when I reached up to touch my forehead. My face was wet, from sweat or tears? I couldn't tell... probably both. I turned on the lamp next to my bed. The light saved me by pulling me out of the darkness. "Just a dream," I told myself. It wasn't "just a dream", though. It was something all too familiar. I laid back down and curled my knees into my chest. My bed seemed so big, so empty.
      "No more sleep for me tonight." I got out of bed and pulled on some jeans. I hated wandering around the space station at night, but i hated the emptiness of my room even more. I walked into the hallway and the motion sensor activated the lights. "Must be a slow night if the hall lights are off already..." I checked my watch: 3:42, it was later than I thought.
      "A little late to be wandering the halls, isn't it Miss Antruse?" I turned to see Captain Lance DeWitt, the head officer on our space station. With most of his weight on one leg and his thumbs tucked into the pockets of his blue uniform, his posture reeked of superiority. He always looked at everyone with his chin tilted upward so that no matter how tall the individual happened to be, he was looking down at them. He was, however, not unpleasant to behold. His strong cheekbones and cleft chin accompanied his broad shoulders in perfect harmony with his trim waist. And his blond hair was always combed in a neat, old-fasioned manner. Despite his handsome appearance, he had no wife or girlfriend, and no women on the station could stand to be around him.
      "It is now Mrs. Bykail," I said. I held up my left hand and made sure to wiggle my ring finger so the diamond would twinkle in the florescent light of the hallway.
      "Oh, and when did this happen?"
      "Late last night. You were off duty so your co-captain performed the ceremony. I hope you are not insulted at your lack of invitation, but it was in quite a hurry as I'm sure you can understand."
      "Of course."
      "Well, Captain, if you will excuse me I was just about to get a snack from the kitchen..."
      "Perhaps you will allow me to accompany you. I was just about to head that way myself, and I would like to hear all about the ceremony and how it came about." I nodded and we began walking toward the kitchen.
      "Do not be offended, but why are you so curious about my wedding?"
      "It... comes as a surprise, that's all."
      "And why is that, Captain?" We had stopped at the kitchen door. Captain DeWitt held the door for me and let me enter first.
      "Well I know that you two arrived here together, and I also know that he left you here just weeks after that. When he finally returned, it seemed as if he couldn't wait to leave again. Forgive me for my assumptions, but you can understand how it must have looked to a neutral eye."
      "Vex is honoring his duty towards his country by saving the lives of, what could turn out to be, millions of people. If you were the type of man that could feel such obligations, perhaps you could understand that."
      "Nura, please, you asked why I was surprised and I explained. There is no need for you to insult my honor."
      "To insult your honor, I would've had to imply that you have any."
      "And just what do you mean by that! I'll have you know that..."
      "Um... excuse me." One of the captain's assisatants had walked in, and he looked bewildered. The captain's voice, and mine, had raised more than we had intended.
      "What is it?" the captain snapped.
      "The message isn't for you, captain. It's for Mrs. Bykail." He turned to me. "I'm afraid your husband has been in an accident.

    • Mr. and Mrs. Bykail

      12 years ago

      kmuss

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      Vex and Nura

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    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      if you get this, please just call me back.

    • aguaman200

      12 years ago

      Thanks. I appreciate you talking to me, despite the hour. Catch ya later.

    • aguaman200

      12 years ago

      Well, not quite in the same way, but to an extent, yes. She brought me pickles while I was stuck to the couch watching all sorts of ridiculous television shows. But she still owes me some soup and grilled cheese and such. So I'm looking forward to that. Maybe I'll make her do that tomorrow...

    • aguaman200

      12 years ago

      I have the disease called imagoodfriend-itis-osis. I got this nasty chest cold thingy cause I spent the last week taking care of Morgan when she had it.

    • aguaman200

      12 years ago

      Thanks for the sympathy, it was greatly appreciated. For reals, yo.

    • aguaman200

      12 years ago

      Hey, I have a journal entry up. You should go check it out and stuff. So yeah. Thanks.


      Jason

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      what if go to the killers concert with you?

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      i love you.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      why are you only on here!?()#&%#)()$&%&#!!!!!!!!!!!?

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      hey check out my journal

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      meh most asian fathers are short tempered, I'm just hoping I won't fall into that. LOL.

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      nah I just say that to play around.

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      if I knew you better I would hurt you... smiley8.gif LOL

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      lol yes i know, this would make it the 4th time you've told me

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      lol just because you haven't come to me doesn't mean anything, it just means you have someone else to go to. You know like Austin and God. LOL by the way how are you two doing these days?

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      so..... how are you, i hope we can go to the allnighter, so see you later sexy.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      hey, the cd your burned for me is messed up

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      well, before you go take this. and if you need me just call. i love you.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      No, damnit. I'm going with you. I will not lose you to the pandas.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      dang it, hmm.....try the panda express in france. and if it's not there try panda lord island, but if you go there i better go with you.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      the only obvious place a panda would hide, in a bush of bamboo

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      did you change your primary picture so random guys would stop coming here, cuz if you did. it saves me the trouble of having to kick some butt

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      so, you like my new picture?

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      so your changed your main picture hot stuff

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      i really reallty like it, and i finished this thought before.....what, oh. yeah before that happens.....

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      i'm sorry. oh and your picture isn't showing. you don't know how to do it. ha ha ha ha. maybe the next time i come over i'll show you how to.

    • nfgkid08

      12 years ago

      im great! just go back from church and helping out.... making me some dinner... mhhmm mmhhmm... haha.... how about yourself?

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      and i know you never yell at me, and i never yell at you. i'm sorry.

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      i know, we have already established this. you do the cover up and i kill.

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      lol I knew that... I"m cool as ever, you?

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      wait what? Why am I agreeing with your mom? I guess I forgot

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      sign back onto messenger

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      updated my journal check it out please

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      yeah, best choice of my life

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      well when am i being loony

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      you stop telling people i'm loony!

    • jellospartan

      12 years ago

      get on messenger

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      thanks it means alot to me that people like my storys thanks smiley1.gif

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      well i read your storys too

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      well it looks like im competing agianst you in making storys

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      lol I agree with your mom

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      Wouldn't that comment have been a lot easier just say I don't know? LOL. It's alright if you don't trust me, its the internet, you're not supposed to be too quick to trust anyone. LOL. So yeahs I understand that part. Everything else was just like "wha...?" LOL

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      oh yeah sorry I didn't tell you. I got it, but its on my computer at home, so I have to wait until I get home to do anything because I'm on vacation. So yeah I got it and thanks a lot. You should consider doing the journal yourself one of these days. LOL

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      hey kmuss check out my juornal ive been making a story for awile

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      you can e-mail it to me at halosavior001@yahoo.com

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      LOL sorry I guess you haven't read my journal. LOL. I was asking if you had a picture of austin I could use. He did this thing in my journal and he said the only reason he didnt' have a picture up was because he had none on his computer and he said to ask you. LOL. Its that link in my about section.

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      Hey ho bisogno dell'immagine de Austin per questa una cosa che ha fatto in mio giornale. Gli non ha avuto un'immagine, ma ha detto che avete avuti uno.

    • halo40k900

      12 years ago

      around 2 months ago

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      lol I finally was able to open it. LOL. No problem

    • halosavior

      12 years ago

      aww it won't let me open up your message. LOL. Oh wells you can resend it, or we can drop it. Your choice.

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