Wow!! The Misanthrope opened and I received tons of flowers! I got some from Lindy, Ann-Marie, and Abigail. The show went great and everyone said I did great.
Four more shows remain. I’m finally enjoying this play. My mom comes on Saturday.
I finally got my Regent application in the mail. Life is exciting. Five and a half months left. I’m looking forward to the change. This will actually be somewhat easy, since I know Jesus is already preparing a place for me.
A couple of nights ago, when the moon was nearly full and the ground was covered in snow, Allen, Justin, Ashley, Shannon, and myself drove up to the top of Beech Mountain and sang praises to our Lord. The midnight silhouette of the mountains below took my breath away.
It was perfect.
As is all of life these days.
Whatever happened to those feelings I had for Jessica, or Sherlive, or even Abigail? I still see them, I still talk to them, I still even touch Abigail’s face, but it truly feels as if my emotions have moved on.
I love all the girls here, but there is not one of them I have come across whom I truly feel I want to spend my entire life with in marriage. Just last night I went to spend time with all the girls after the show: Lindy, Tracey, Jeni, Abigail, and Ann-Marie. Lindy, I believe, is content with her singleness, but the other four dream of love and a Godly man. I can see their pain and longing in their eyes as they wait for that moment to come. They almost seem desperate and hopeless.
I wish I could make them all happy forever, but I can’t.
So my job is to simply love all my friends, both guys and girls, for the next five and a half months, and then give each of them an extended “see you tomorrow.”
I feel God sending me to Regent. He’s sending me to the beach. Where I will continue to rest in this peace, love, and strength.