Okay. So, Kate has been taking guitar lessons from Paul, a 23-year-old married guitar player at church. They’ve become good friends and Kate supposedly had a crush on him. Charlie confronted the issue and that seems to be the main reason they broke up. His wife Sharon doesn’t know, and I’m sure nothing actually happened between Kate and Paul, but it doesn’t look good. Charlie is really hurting, hates Paul, loves Kate, and has even confessed to suicidal thoughts. He’s even thought of killing Paul. The house he was renting sold, so he’s living with a family who has a huge collection of shotguns in their living room and Charlie just sits there staring at those guns.
Things aren’t good. But the Lord reigns supreme. Charlie is just heart broken.
To my surprise, Sherry has enrolled back in school for the summer. I haven’t seen her since December. She asked me out to a movie some night this week.
Jeni and I had another talk. She said she always felt responsible for how close we had gotten physically when we were a couple since she unbuttoned her own shirt while kissing me. I told her it was both of us. She also bought me flowers as a way of saying “thank you” for letting her stay with me this past week.
Abigail came up again. Her and the girls have gone up to Cincinnati for a while.
I discovered online that the Rebecca St. James concert is sold out for this Sunday. I didn’t even know they sold tickets in advance. That’s bad news, but I think we’ll still make it to Deep Creek this weekend.
All seems to be well except for Charlie. And it seems Vince and Laura got things worked out, so he says, so they are still together.
And here I am, alone, writing about my friends. I wonder if any of them are writing about me.