The snow hasn’t stopped.
Saturday evening Curtis came into my room to borrow a movie to watch with his new girlfriend. Her name is Ryan, and she’s going to App State, but it’s not my Ryan from back home. At dinner that evening I was talking about how cute and funny Curtis sounded when he came to ask for a movie because he hates watching movies.
Jeni spoke up, “Jacob, you’re not being very sensitive.”
I turned to see Ann-Marie was almost in tears. She is so overdramatic. I apologized. I didn’t know she had THAT big of a crush on Curtis. I called her that evening and apologized again. She was crying when she picked up the phone. We talked for a while, but then she said that she didn’t feel comfortable talking to me about it and she said goodbye.
She’s a strange girl.
Yesterday, Abigail was sitting alone and all of her friends (Jeni, Tracey, Ann-Marie) were sitting at our table. There wasn’t enough room, so I gave up my seat and just went back to my room so she could sit with her friends instead of sitting alone.
Abigail seems very strong in her Christian walk and I think Ann-Marie takes her for granted. At least that’s the way I perceive it.
In 15 days Vince and I will fly up to New York. That means I have 15 days to finish all of my work. I want to get all of my work done so I can have a truly relaxing time in the big city. Once we get back from Thanksgiving break we only have one week of classes before finals week.
I’ll be back in Siler City in about a month. I will have not been home in over six months.
Can another winter already be here?