I had a friend growing up. He was a good friend. We spent a lot of time together.
When I became mentally ill, he was over at my house, and I decided to kick him out. No --- it wasn't very kind, and I'm sure he may have been very offended over it.
The truth about why I kicked him out of my house::: I didn't really want to end the friendship, though that's the way he took it ----- I was just so completely horny at that time that I needed him to leave so I safely relieve myself.
I wonder about him.
Years later, I tried befriending him on Facebook --- but I think he rejected me, maybe he was still offended.
So:::: Alex, if you are out there, I wonder how you are doing, and I'm sorry I was too horny to have you over at my house that day and apparently anymore.
Alex, what my years could have been if we had stayed good friends. Although --- I also, along with the supposed mental illness, had a sudden change of ideological loyalties --- so maybe that would have been a problem for us.
Anyway. I remember what it was like when I got him to leave the house.
I'm not going to describe it ----- but I do have an excuse to say that I tried to save his soul but he just rejected The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints' gospel.
Simple fact::: I was becoming very religious church-wise, and Alex didn't accept those views.
Maybe that's why he stopped being my super close friend.
Anyway, I've since learned that the church was in so many ways a mess.
And I wonder how Alex has been doing.
I don't usually try to refer to people by their real names --- especially because before I wrote The Book of Finch my Doctor and Father made it clear to me that I have to keep identities hidden ------
But Alex was a real name of a real person. He was my good friend, it's no secret he and I were friends.
I was just too horny, and I was mentally ill, and we became ideologically incompatible.
I wonder how he's doing. He already rejected me on Facebook I think, so I don't know where to find him anymore.
Anyway. A blog post about it should be enough for now.
So Alex:: how's it been going?