Muse was playing Seattle last night and i attended the show.  the first concert that i’ve been too since Rush’s Vapor Trails tour nearly 10 years ago.  R didn’t like to go to live music with me even though she did before she met me.  i couldn’t really understand it.  it was an amazing show and a really memorable night.  So many things have changed…  life…what i even really want in this game…what it even means and why i bother playing.

i miss my son so much that i can hardly bear it.  i recall every moment of the day he was born, i raised him nearly by myself for the first 4 years and then the ex came and took it all away and reduced me to being, in her eyes, another loser without a job.  of course she dismisses the severe physical disability which prevents me from working.

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