I ran sound for the Dance Concert Friday night and Saturday afternoon. It was one of the best concerts I’ve seen here. Saturday morning, I called my brother Kevin. We talked for over an hour. The Lord has blessed me with a wonderful brother. I love him to death.
I also called Veronica. She lives in Hot Springs, Arkansas. She is 15-years-old and in the 10th grade. She still plans to be a doctor. She sounded wonderful. She even talked about the Lord. Her heart is in the right place.
I talked to little Jasmine and to Sherry and Shirley. She invited me to come and stay sometime. Perhaps I’ll fly out there for Fall Break. She told me Veronica was so amazingly beautiful.
I miss the innocence of those days. I want to be pure. To be innocent.
Saturday night I thought about calling up Jessica and going for a walk. But I thought I should be alone. So I began to walk towards Hemlock Hill in my solitude when I heard a tiny and beautiful “hello.”
It was Jessica. We walked together as the sun set down behind the mountains. I spent sometime in her room after the walk. We ate popcorn and talked. Abigail came in with her mom. When she saw me she said, “It’s Jacob!” like she used to before I scared her away. It was great to hear my name in her voice again. We will be fine.
Everyone’s parents were here for the weekend to see the concert. They were staying in the Pinnacle Inn. I visited with them. Ann-Marie’s, Abigail’s, and Tracey’s parents were all there.
The Water Gun Assassination Game is set up and all the sealed envelopes with everyone’s first assignment are under everyone’s door. The game will start tomorrow. I’m excited to see how it starts out.
I love you Lord.