Yesterday was my last day of summer theater, my last day at the box office, and simply the last day of the summer of 1996 for me.
Sure it will still be warm, but RA training starts today. The school year has begun. I consider it the fall.
Leonard helped me in the box office. We were busy for a while. Sharon and a friend came to the show last night. She enjoyed it greatly. She knows about my birthday this weekend and wants to throw me a party. I am very busy though, so I hope we have time.
Crazy for You has been a wonderful show. I ran the light board and felt like I was a part of the magic. It was kind of sad to see it close. I hugged most of the cast and crew last night. I met so many people I will most likely not see again. The wind will blow over them and they will be gone.
Dawn came to the show last night. After strike, Allen and I met up with her and her friend Debbie. We all went over to Tony’s house and watched Casper while I took care of Balki. All four of us just squeezed onto the guest bed to watch it. Debbie fell asleep and Dawn cried. And I was simply happy to be that close to a girl who at one point in my life so graciously satisfied my hunger and thirst.
How strange life has become.
How remarkably terrifying.
But God is behind me.
He is for me.
So who can be against me?
Another summer. A different one.
Day is light that lets you see the world as if flies by in front of you.
By now, I should have learned my lesson.
I need to stop and try to let go.
But instead, I reflect, remember, and fall in love with my memories.
Soon the day will come, when I can no longer remember.
And then, I shall fly away to heaven.