It feels surreal, this whole thing.  I guess it’s all been so hectic and moved so fast that to actually sit back and look at what we have accomplished is a bit overwhelming.  It feels like it was just yesterday we were freestyling in the back yard and then next thing you know the Mayor is shaking your hand and you’ve won a talent quest over some serious competition. Weird.  I have so much to be grateful for.  Grandpa is alive.  Dad knows I’m not gay (lol). I have a wonderful, crazy family who I know have my back and I have a beautiful girl by my side who loves me and accepts me, flaws and all.  Did it take Ex Factory for us to realize all of this about each other..? Maybe? Maybe that’s why it was so easy to laugh at the pepelo fine print prize haha and you know what, the more I thought about it, and donating to charity and all that, I thought – good.  I feel like I need to give back to someone for the good things that have happened in my life. It’s karma.  Speaking of which… Api.  I’m still undecided about that guy.  Ha funny actually I said something about him yesterday and Losa was like “leave him alone” lol oh aye? haha maybe she’s having a change of heart about him.  Fine, I’ll leave him alone if he leaves us alone, but over my dead body is he going out with Losa! Anyway fams… this is your uso Tavita signing out for now – thanks for sticking by us on this crazy journey, I’m sure it’s not the last you’ll see of us!

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