Last night Vince, Allen, Laura, Sharon, and Bob and I went to Hannah’s graduation from Crossnore Elementary School. Crossnore is a public school, yet they handed out Bibles to the 5th grade class and said prayers throughout the service all night long. They even pray every morning there. It’s so nice to know there are still small corners of America that remain untouched by the world around them.
The program was great and it’s so awesome to see Hannah growing up right before my eyes. I feel like I’ve been a part of her life. She just lights up when she sees me. She’s the greatest!
Nearly a year ago I was at another graduation: Lee Senior for Ryan and Christi. Christi is now covered in 2nd degree burns and Ryan is supposedly 17 miles down the mountain at App. State, but I have yet to see her.
I have not seen the sun for the past week. We’ve been covered with rain clouds.
One more day remains in May. 1997 is nearly half over.
Sherry won’t be here this summer. She left after the first semester last year. Jeni, however, is doing the first summer theater show. She says she wants to move here permanently.
Hmm. Some leave and never say goodbye, and others you can’t seem to say goodbye to.
I really miss the Internet. The computer lab isn’t open for summer classes yet. I miss chatting with MovieMark.
I’m going to try to return to Siler City in the middle of July to see Rebecca St. James in concert.
And then I turn 21 nearly a month later.