Okay, here we go. I probably won’t get finished with everything, but I should remember it.
At 12:30 p.m. I left Banner Elk with Donald, his brother, and his grandmother. Jason left before me. He is a great guy. It will be a long time before I see him again.
The ride home was fun. Donald and I talked about a lot of Performing Arts people who had already graduated from Lees-McRae. He dances with Jeni a lot and he tells me that people tell him that Jeni likes him. He told me that she stares at him a lot. I was not jealous. I found it amazing and fun.
But, Donald is gay, or at least a confused heterosexual. And Jeni knows that. I will keep you posted.
When I got home there was no one here. About an hour later, mom and Kevin and Nate came home. The first thing I did when I got home was play Super Nintendo. I found it very relaxing.
Megan came over that night to see Kevin. They went out that night and went shopping or something. Kevin returned around nine o’clock. I was in the bathtub. It felt so nice to take a simple and wonderful bath. Once I got out, we went over to Danny and Peter’s to play cards.
Twelve years. The four of us have been great friends for 12 years.
Only my relatives have known me longer than they have.
Saturday came quick!
Kevin had to be at McDonald’s at 8:00 a.m. I drove him there. After I dropped him off I drove by the church. Mary was there, she is Pastor Steve’s mother. She cleans the church. The band wasn’t there practicing this morning.
So, I went to The Pantry and called Cheryl. I woke her up. We tried to plan something, but it didn’t work out, so I drove to see Scott. There were two different cars in his driveway. And when I knocked on the door a beautiful young woman in a night gown opened it.
Then it hit me. This wasn’t Scott’s house anymore.
I don’t know where he is. He doesn’t go to Abundant Life anymore.
Then I stopped by Christi’s house. Matt answered the door. He is home for spring break. Christi was home, but she was asleep.
So, when everyone else failed me, Jenna and Tenielle were there. I can always count on them.
And this story will be finished later…