How different things are here at Lees-McRae than when I first arrived. Charlie was over at Canon Cottage and I went to visit him after rehearsal last night. I’ve known him for two and a half years now. I think for Spring Break we’ll just go to Kate’s house in Florida again.
This place is so important to me. Some have come and gone: Jason, Jeff, Michael, Syndi. And others are going: Curtis and Jeni.
Life is so funny, but absolutely enjoyable.
Children of a Lesser God has become so close to me. Dawn has become so important to me. Or perhaps it is her character, Sarah Norman, whom I’ve grown to love. When I am on the stage, I am in love with her. She is so amazing. She has this smell and I look forward to smelling it every evening.
All of the other roles I’ve played were supporting characters. Now I am playing the leading man. Other characters are supporting me and I’m growing dependent on them. It will be very sad when this ends on the 16th. It will be like losing a lover.
Mark, my director, has meant a lot to me these past few days. He sees my growth and says people will never look at me the same after they see me in this show.
Thank you so much for this Lord. Thank you for everything here at Lees-McRae. I’ve never felt like I truly belonged some place until you brought me here.
My dad might come, as well as Kevin, Mom, Henry, and Nate.
I don’t deserve this love.
Fifteen months remain until the new storm blows me away.
Please don’t let it come too quickly Lord.
If I am to move to Virginia Beach, then please prepare that place for me.
I give you my life Lord.
I give you everything.