Transplanted Life
Sunday, July 04, 2004
Happy Fourth
I've got to work, but Doug and I will be heading out to see the fireworks tonight. This is one of the days of the year when it's not just great to live in the city, but Boston specifically.

Got a few things I'd like to discuss with Doug, anyway. There's a few things running around my head that I'd like to hash out with someone. In two weeks, I'll have been in this body, if that's the right way to put it, for a whole year. I know I stopped thinking of it as a temporary situation some time ago, but I've kind of drifted; it's time to start taking a little more control of my life. There's a few ways to go about it, but I'm a little scared of what they entail. As much as I say this is my life now, I do still think and wonder about what Michelle would think if she saw how I was living. I mean, I certainly feel a connection to what Alexei has been doing in "my" body.

Assuming Michelle is still in a body at all. I'm always afraid that the FBI will call and say that they've learned from Interpol that "Mikail Korpin" is dead, that Dmitri had decided there shouldn't be any loose ends he couldn't keep an eye on. I try to imagine how I'd react to that news - sadness that the person who should be living this life is gone, and would I be somehow relieved that I could just settle into this life without worrying about some obligation to its proper owner down the road? I hope I don't ever have the opportunity to feel that way, but I wonder.

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