I’m at Crystal and Clifton’s house now. I got here around 5 o’clock p.m. It was only Crystal and I for a while. We just talked for two hours then went to church. She is a good friend; almost like a sister. Church was fun tonight. I went to the youth group and we took a little trip to Wildcat Lake.
Tonight, Crystal, Clifton, and their mom Leslie and I watched a movie called Bye Bye Love. It was so wonderful. It was about divorce and I have been there. I could understand those people.
I am from a divorced family. It isn’t easy. It’s very hard. If my marriage is going to end in divorce, then I would rather not get married.
For some reason I sometimes think that once a career begins, life will be over because I will have established a routine, a permanent lifestyle. But that movie proved me wrong. Nothing ever stops. These days will never end.
They will change, but they will not end.
Millions of little things have happened the first half of this first semester of my Sophomore year.
But as for now, I am sitting on a couch in the living room on the side of a mountain in Heaton, North Carolina.
And very few people realize I am actually here.