I got my hair cut this morning. Then went to some RA training workshops. I put the name tags up on my hall. There was a picnic for the RAs that evening. And then that night Debbie and I went to see Courage Under Fire. Actually, I guess it’s still tonight. We’ve been talking a lot. She seems cool. She likes movies a lot, so we get along great.
We went to Wildcat Lake and talked for close to an hour on the swings.
We just got back.
And I am now twenty.
I never thought I would actually make it this far, but here I am.
I looked ahead in Rebecca St. James devotional book today and found a letter she had written to her future husband. She told him, not knowing really who he is, that she loves him already and is saving herself for him.
This blessed my soul, for I too am a virgin. Sure, there were moments where Jeni and I went a little too far, so I can’t say I’m completely innocent, but Jesus was there, protecting us from going any further. I learned from those moments and I am moving on.
A new decade of my life begins.
I asked for someone who would simply like to watch a movie with me. Debbie is here and I am thankful.
But to my future wife I write: “I will stay faithful to you, even before we meet. I love you already.”