I decided this afternoon to spend $65.50 and spontaneously go see The Phantom of the Opera in downtown Norfolk. I had an excellent seat, and I saw the world’s most perfect musical three and a half years after I saw it for the first time in the exact same place.
During those days, my thoughts endlessly dwelt on Laura; a beautiful girl whom I’ll see again in another week. But I hear her love rests on a young man named David now.
Last night I spent some quality conversation with a girl named Cindy. I also chatted a bit with Chris. It was really nice to talk to other students.
I’m afraid I’m losing my romantic soul. I’m afraid I’m losing my childhood dreams and wishes. I only wish…oh…look, it’s nearly the 30th of April.
Remember the 30th of April?
Oh how life wants to live. May my passion never grow dim.
Will a girl ever know me?
Can I ever tell her all these things I write in these books?
Someone must be looking for me.
I give all of this to you God. Take care of her.
Hide your face so the world will never find you.