I’m in Ahoskie, NC. A wonderful little town. Tracey has a wonderful family and they live in a delightful house. We arrived here yesterday. I’ve met all of Tracey’s cousins, aunts, and uncles. They are amazing Carolina Christian people.
I like it here.
I don’t know what’s what’s happening between Jeni and I. She gets so close to me. My body just goes crazy. It’s hard to control. She will be gone soon. I’m simply going to enjoy the presence of my friend.
I’ve remembered how much I love this state and its people. I’m proud to say my roots are in North Carolina.
I’m here until Monday, then one more month of school. I am nearly a senior in college. I can’t believe I’ve made it so far. During the drive down here, I heard a song over the radio, “When I look into your eyes.” That song always used to make me think of Ryan.
Things are changing everyday. I’ve tried to figure out this thing called love. I don’t know what it is, of that I am sure. I believe it is giving, but it often hard to find others to give it to.
I can hear the crickets. The bugs in this room are flirting with the light above me. Collectibles from Tracey’s past are all around.
And I am not alone.