A few people in my SRB have asked me for my Senior Pictures. It's comforting actually.
Though I am well aware, that my "friends" don't always tell me how they feel about stuff until I take them over the edge.
That happened with Kayla and Laura. Though Kayla didn't exactly express "anger" she reminded me I need to talk less, and be less in depth. Laura and I continue to be at odds over the phone. I'm actually sad to admit this, but I dread calls from her, because I know what's going to happen.
Sunfire and Sunearth seem to have trouble with me most. Capricorns, Arians, Taurians and Leos seem to be troublesome for me most.
Capricorns: Kebbe (schoolmate friend), Geoff (online), Vicky (little sister)
Arians: Jocinda (friend), Amanda (online and camp friend)
Taurians: Both of my parents, moreso my father, my mom's sisters a bit too
Leos: Adrienne (older sister), Laura (schoolmate friend)
I do have one Aries friend (Palagran). Our contact is semi-limited, but I think a lot of our friendship has to do with how much we have in common. I admit, I'm afraid to get under his skin though, I like him a lot and it's not often you find someone like him, though we relate a lot, we have some extremes in difference.
I do have a few exceptions to each category, but it could be because I haven't gotten too close to them. In my family, my older sister and myself were the oddballs. My little sister and parents are all Sunearths, while my other sister was a Sunfire, and I am a Sunair. Fire and Air are supposed to be ok with each other. We are... but I don't think I could ever live exactly in harmony with my sister. We've got ups and downs.
My best bets are on other Sunairs and one or two Sunwaters. I seem to handle my Sunwater friends ok. Granted, there are times I get a bit annoyed, but I adore their ability to feel and cherish love and care. Take Ryan and Markee for example. I have yet to see Ryan renounce a friend despite his disagreeance with many of them, and Markee can hate a bit, but she'll be kind when she has, too, so long as you respect her.
Of all my friends, I think Markee (and maybe Jamie) has accepted it the most. Jocinda does pretty well, but we get at odds on occassion. There will come a time though, when I have to let friends go.
Being homosexual, I ruin the "idealistic" goal of most people. I may never have a family of my own, may be more scandalous and feminine, et cetera. I hope to find fellow homosexual friends long before then, so the transition is easier. My sister even accepted my homosexuality (but still always critical), but now I've gotten examples of her indifference to her homosexual friends and myself... now that she's married.
I think I'd better stop here. I've gotten most of the thoughts out, and Indigo's journal will be inactive for awhile. (which may boost this journal's activism)