Our opening night was tonight.
Our last performance is tomorrow night.
The show went really well. The place was packed and everyone complemented me.
We had rehearsal this morning and then I went with Sharon, Hannah, and Megan to Boone where we went shopping, ate lunch, and saw Toy Story. I had the greatest time. Sharon is really nice and she tells me all the time how wonderful a Christian I am and how much I mean to her and other people. Hannah and Megan were so much fun. Just two little 10-year-olds without a care in the world.
Afterwards, when I came back here and had dinner with Crystal and Leslie, we went to the show and had a wonderful time performing. When the show was over, Crystal and Leslie and I played cards up here in Clifton’s room. They were goofing around and simply being free. It amazed me.
I mean look at today.
Me, a lanky little boy who grew up in a crossroads called Mt. Vernon Springs, came to this mountain community knowing nothing nor anyone.
And now, in a year and a half’s time, I have found a home.
I feel very comfortable in this house. I feel so comfortable over at Sharon’s house, and Marty and Stan’s house.
A whole church who backed me up to help me create a marvelous little show.
Before the show started tonight, I recognized about ten people who helped me with this production. At the end, Pastor Jim said that I mentioned a lot of people but I forgot to mention myself. So, he did it for me and everyone clapped.
I have come so far.
My mother, stepfather, and Nate come tomorrow. Kevin cannot make it. He has an appointment with Pastor Steve about Tenielle, John, and himself. I talked to him today.
So, about 24 hours from now, I will travel away to a new and different world. I pray that the Lord use me there to heal some broken hearts. I can’t wait to see Mike and try to find Jonathan.
A new and old adventure awaits.