Oh how the weeks go by.
I’m here in my Virginia Beach apartment. The weather is nice. I’m listening to Rebecca St. James, and I just got finished looking at some old journals.
My! how I have changed!
I want my life to be made up of God, Marie, and film/theater. In that order.
I once was a child, and I praise God for such days. And I think I’m also thankful that I have such days written down. My emotions definitely feel more stable at this age of 23. Hopefully these pages will no longer contain fleeting crushes.
Marie is my one true special friend for all of time. Tomorrow is our special friend day. We will spend it at Munden Point Park again. It’s down near the North Carolina state line. The water we sit by flows into North Carolina.
Even though I love North Carolina, I like being in Virginia with Marie. You know what they say, Virginia is for lovers.
I have applied for another job; this time with the Virginia Opera. Hopefully something will become of it.
Pilate opens tonight. This is not my most favorite show I’ve ever been a part of, but it is an original work, so that’s worth something in and of itself. I’m the first person to ever play the character of Luke.
In the Flesh opens at the end of March. That means I’ll have done three original, never-before-attempted roles while here at Regent. I’m not sure if I’ll try to do any theater next year. I’d like to spend the next year just working and writing.
Please have your way with me God.
May the summer move slowly.
Bless all my friends as they marry each other this summer.
And take care of sweet Marie.