Please, take a moment and close this book. Walk outside and breathe in the air of your own lifetime. Take a minute just to say thanks to God.
Why have you taken the time to read about my life? Thanks for reading, but please do yourself a favor and write about your own. I often thought I was writing to some future strangers or to my future self, but no, this is all for me; for me right now. These notebooks simply help me see the magic, pain, and beauty all around me.
Tenielle came to church on Sunday night. It was nice to see her, but she is different. She pierced her bellybutton; doesn’t surprise me. Marcus was there as well as Megan. Megan is engaged to Brad, a guy I graduated with. I told Megan and Marcus how good it was to see someone here from the original group. They both agreed.
We had a little fellowship for a newly wed couple named Dorothy and Vernon. I sat next to little Anita, an 11-year-old girl I’ve seen grow up from the age of 3. Marcus and I drove home together.
I got my wisdom teeth pulled out on Monday. I slept all afternoon, so I was unable to sleep last night. I listened to the radio all night. The female DJ invited anyone who wanted to call at 4:00 a.m. to feel free. I did, simply to let her know that I was wide awake and had been listening to her all night long. So, I was on the radio earlier this morning; cool, I guess.
I’m writing some Vacation Bible School skits for Heaton Christian Church this morning. I called the church to get some information. Jaime told me that the doctors found a tumor in Josh’s skull near a gland. They believe this is what has stunted his growth all these years. He had surgery yesterday to get it removed. The surgery took 7-8 hours. They said he was okay and Charlie went down to be with him. I wonder if this means he’ll finally go through puberty.
Oh man, puberty around college girls? That’s a recipe for disaster.