"Fa yna ymm y meddma faent yht meva'c y meddma faent, yht frah fa veht cusauha fruca faenthacc ec lusbydepma fedr uinc, fa zueh ib fedr dras yht vymm eh sidiym faenthacc yht lymm ed muja."
I am nothing.
Ok, let me clarify that statement. No I'm not getting out the eye liner any readying my The Cure CD's. I do however mean that statement. Without my friends and family I truly am nothing. It was they whom shaped me into the man I am right now. For lack of a better term, I am a shifter. Who I am is Jim, just your average CODA (extra points to the guy that gets that) who works at a used bookstore and really has no idea what he wants to do outside of enlisting in the military (which is currently in the works). What I am changes almost constantly. I unconsciously change to make those around me more comfortable. (Except my sense of humour. According to my co-workers I have the super power to convert anything into a sex joke). There will always be people who say this is silly and I shouldn't change for anyone, but I really don't mind. It's as natural to me as breathing; this desire to make people happy. Yes, I have opinions, yes I have needs and wants and desires, but the needs