LEO Club Member, Peer Volunteer, Media Enthusiast
I'd like to take the time to say thanks to everyone who has come into my life. I've actually been told I say thanks too much. lol. Is that a bad thing? I've been told I've changed so much the past few months and I know that but it wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for where my life was led.
Firstly, I'd like to thank my friends. When I needed help the most after the passing of my mother, they brought me in closer and I was able to make more friends. This also partly opened me up more.
Thanks to Ian Messina. You helped me understand more that video production is my true calling. You've been showing me really cool equipment and I love that you trust me enough not to drop it. Hahaha.
Thanks to the Austin17House. They've also helped in time of need. But they also helped build my confidence more. Even gave me more of a purpose, a purpose to help the community. All I did before finding this place was go home and use my PC 24/7. Now, every Wednesdays and some Fridays, I can't wait to head over. I'm a volunteer to help the community. That's new to me and I like it as long as I'm making a difference.
In the beginning before all of this, I was the quiet kid in the back of the class and talked to very few people. Maybe 4 pacific people every day. but these chain of events gave me more of a voice. You think I'd post these deep messages a few years ago? No way. You can't keep dwelling on tragic events. I try to look at the silver lining, look at the good side of it. I won't not be sad but all you can do is keep pushing to be a better person.
Thanks everyone again for making a difference in my life.