December 1, 2012
I can only remember a short part today. We were living back east somewhere. It was open prairies and few houses. My parents and I lived miles apart like we do now and they had lizzy. I know I had just returned from some type of trip, I think for something to with me becoming a girl. I was on my way to see my parents and Lizzy when I found out someone else was going to meet a long lost relative in my family as well. I do not know why I was told or what importance it has. I drove up at my parents place and meat my mom outside. We talked for a few minutes before we started inside where I saw little James. As soon as I said hello to him he started crying and ran away so I decide I was going to leave. I have been really moody the last days and I do not know why. As I walked away my dad came running out wanting to talk about my car I had wanted him to look at. The car had a small over heating problem and my dad was ready to look at it. I pulled the car into the shop and my dad did his normal look it over and start pulling on things routine. Before I knew it he was breaking parts and I told him to stop. I had just finished sinking a few thousand dollars into the car and some of the pars he was breaking were very expensive. I took over for what he wanted and when I turned to get a tool to take something loose he ripped part of my cooling lines out of the car and told me he found the problem. I got mad at him knowing what he just did was days of work to fix. He told me to just sell the car to the junk yard and be done with it. But I could not do that because of 2 reasons, the first was this car belonged to my grandparents and the other was I had already talked to the junk yard and they would only give me $15 for the car. My dad interjected saying he was told it was $25. I had enough and started to get ready for the long walk home when I saw smoke rising from what I thought to be the other side of a house. I started hearing someone hitting something and noticed a guy standing outside the house trying to put the fire out inside. I ran toward the house as the fire department showed up and directed me to help. When we were done I found myself looking at the female me. As we talked I started to learn things like she was a school teacher as well as a volunteer fire fighter. But before I could learn too much about her I woke up.
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