Today is Allen’s birthday, but I haven’t called him yet, since I don’t have my phone hooked up. Happy 22 Allen!
Matt and I watched Braveheart last night. I woke up kinda early this morning and tried to run some errands, but there wasn’t much I could do. I did meet some faculty members, but very few.
I drove to the beach today. It was very touristy, so I drove onto the Fort Henry Military Base at Cape Henry. I went to the Cape Henry Memorial. I was alone, it was nice, like my own little corner of the world. There were dolphins playing in the waves. It reminded me of Hilton Head.
Wow, that was a long time ago.
I miss Emily and Sarah. I miss a beautiful woman in my arms.
Matt and I went to see The Truman Show tonight. It’s such a perfect movie. There was a beautiful storm brewing outside as we left. I can see so much farther here. Well, not as far as if I were on top of Grandfather Mountain, but far simply because it’s all so perfectly flat.
In nine days I depart for Texas, and five days after that I leave for South Africa. Today I went to places I’ve never been before. And that is pretty much going to be my life for the next month.
Tomorrow is the final day of June, then 1998 will be half over. And I did the math, after I turn 22 in August, it’s 500 days until the year 2000. Crazy!
Our phone should be hooked sometime tomorrow. I’m looking forward to that.
Virginia Beach is the largest city in Virginia population wise, but it’s been pretty peaceful since I hardly know a soul.