This is What My Life Feels Like Right Now

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

Well, kind of.
But seriously, after a couple of tries I just feel like I am not finding my fit.
After about 20 seconds you can guess what the outcome of this video will be, but you have to stick it out to the end (around the 2:10 mark) and see how frustrated she gets because he plan is not working out.
Somedays I just wish everything would fall into place.

You?

*kyle

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Kyle Reed

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • http://www.kevindeshazo.me kevin

    a-effing-men

  • http://manofdepravity.com Tyler

    Yeah man. Mine might be a different feeling than yours in that I feel like I’m just going going going all the time and sometimes I begin to wonder what the purpose or the benefits of going so far hard have been or will be.

  • http://www.mohan37.com mo

    Yeah man, I hear ya. The problem is assuming that there’s a perfect fit that comes real easy. Most good fits start out needing a little grease. Patience is usually the grease, i.e. not giving up when something doesn’t fit right away.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      Great point mo. That is the one thing that I struggle with the most, patience.
      Probably why I feel like that car.

      • http://www.mohan37.com mo

        Heh, it could be argued that that lady had a lot of patience. Or vodka.

  • http://silenthearts.wordpress.com Morgan

    awww….i feel bad that you kinda feel like this. How frustrating! I understand where you are. I saw you tweeted about Plan B…get it and read it. It’s not that my frustrations melted away, but I was given a different window to look through. My razor-wired wall against God came down and I was truly able to start my journey to LIVING. I still have frustrations…it’s going to happen. But you can do this! Get that car in the spot! :o)

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      Ha, thanks.
      I look forward to getting it soon. I think it is in the mail from pete.

  • http://www.davidgoodwin.com David

    Agree with Mo’s point – patience, even if you’re good at it, is tough…

    And Plan B was great for putting some perspective into what we’ve been going through with change after change after change, even if they are planned out. As Morgan noted, it doesn’t change the circumstance, but it does help to see them differently.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      I think as soon as I get it I am reading it and not stopping until I finish.
      I need a new perspective