This day is slowly coming to a close.
Our scene went wonderfully this morning. Everybody loved it. Everybody laughed. Everybody told me I did a wonderful job. They say I am a good actor.
Our stagecraft class went to Boone today to see a theater with a fly system. Most people drove themselves since they had rehearsal this evening in Boone. So that caused myself, Sally, and Al to get stuck in Boone. I tried to call Shannon, but couldn’t get a hold of her. I even went by Dana’s house, but nobody was around. After a while, we finally found Mr. Martz and he let Sally drive the van back to school. Sally driving a large vehicle for 17 miles up a mountain is hilarious. It was a little adventure and I enjoyed myself.
I just got off the phone with Tenielle. She is going to be at Carowinds tomorrow; along with everybody else: Jenna, Wayne, Sharlene, everybody.
I love Tenielle. She is the greatest. Some of the best times of my life have been with that girl.
On the way to Boone, Mr. Martz and I were talking. He wanted to know how old I thought he was. I said 44. He said I was close.
I told him I couldn’t wait until I was 44, just to see how wise I would be.
This was his response, “I’m dumber now at 44. I was smart at 18. At 18 I had everything figured out!”
It made me wonder. I’m 18. Was there any truth in what he was saying?
Perhaps what he was saying was… the less you know, the smarter you are.