In six months I will leave my teenage years. I will have been alive for two decades.
There was a lot of snow on the ground today. Dan had a ski race and he won as usual.
Lindy and I have a presentation due tomorrow in our Creative Process class. So she came over today and we worked on it together. I wish she would notice me more. But we had a great talk and she’s a good friend.
I took my break from being on Duty at 4:00 p.m. and Curtis and Dan and I took a drive into parts of the country that we haven’t seen before. All of it was white. That simple drive made my day so wonderful. I find an insane amount of peace just staring out a car window. The hum of the road and the beauty outside. Good friends right next to you. Is there anything better?
I often feel alone when I stuck on duty and everyone is out, but I also guess I like it that way. I like myself and I’m comfortable with myself.
I watched Forrest Gump this evening. That movie teaches so much.
I wonder where my life will take me.
In 20 days it will take me to Arizona. But after that, who knows. I just want to do my best for the Lord. I often forget about the simple joys. I want to be free.
I can do my best in Bearclaw. I can do my best in my school work. I can do my best in loving people.
Thank you Lord for giving me everything I need to be the best I can be.