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i’m yet to tell my family that “i’m a man actually” because i just recently told them to relax and just call me a she if they have to, because over the many years of me using he pronouns and a different name they still struggled calling me that.

if things actually go well with the doctors and i’ll see that i might get on hrt soon, i’ll tell them. i know they won’t support me and try to argue, but then it’s nothing new so i don’t care. just don’t want to bring the arguments up if i won’t be allowed to transition anyway.

to continue on with my series of quotes of the year, i have found 17 quotes that i loved in 2017!! click here to check out last year’s 16 quotes of 2016 

  1. “everyone you meet is always fighting a battle you know nothing about. be kind. always.” – brad meltzer (featured in skam)
  2. “if it doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.” – alex elle
  3. “do one thing everyday that scares you.” – eleanor roosevelt
  4. “use your head. but don’t be afraid to believe in things.” – mary adler, gifted
  5. “forget what hurt you, but never forget what it taught you.” – anonymous
  6. “the way to get started is to quit talking and start doing.” – walt disney
  7. “if your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough.” – lorde
  8. “be proud of yourself for how far you have come and never stop pushing to be the best you can be.” – @cwote
  9. “sometimes i’ll start a sentence and i don’t even know where it’s going. i hope i find it along the way.” – michael scott, the office
  10. “live your life, live it right. be different, do different things.” – kendrick lamar
  11. “perhaps one did not want to be unloved as to be understood.” – george orwell, 1984
  12. “don’t stop until you are proud.” – anonymous
  13. “the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” – steve jobs
  14. “do what you can with what you have where you are.” – theodore roosevelt
  15. “be happy in the moment that’s enough. each moment is all we need not more.” – mother theresa
  16. “always, always, always believe in yourself because if you don’t who will?” – marilyn monroe
  17. “hardships always prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.” – c.s lewis

I’m tired of our GTA!Jack. I’m tired of her motherly and domestic feel. If Jack Pattillo was in the most powerful crew on the west coast, she wouldn’t be the voice of reason, she’d be the voice of chaos. She’d be last call Jack and Destiny raid Jack.

She’d be a cruel, ruthless woman in leather vests, aviators, and high heels. She’d walk like she was the most powerful person in the room, because she almost always is. She’d make little digging comments to her enemies, her voice condescending and sarcastic as she put on a tone of disappointment. “I was really expecting that one to hurt,” She’d say with a sigh while her captors tortured her. “oh well, maybe you’ll get it right next time.”

But when push would come to shove, Jack wouldn’t be one to just roll over and take it. She would be one hell of a threat with melee weapons in her hands, her favorite being a sledge hammer, the heavy weapon easily destroying anything or anyone in her path. It wouldn’t be often that Jack would get to do this, to be chaotic and destructive, not with the Lads and the Support Crew being able to create much larger distractions when it’s needed, but everyonce in a while she gets to come out and be the tank she needs to be.

Don’t get be wrong, she very much still would be motherly to her boys and three girls, but rarely to their faces. She would spill the brains of any person who dares to threaten her crewmates, and she’d take the lead when things start going to shit, getting everyone out of a tight situation safely.

She’d be a powerhouse, a dangerous and cunning woman, truly deserving of her place among the Fakes.

                                                HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

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