I miss Marie.
Good things are happening, but I do feel separated from Regent University and from my film Dang!.
Townley, Andy, Jean, and I had a great trip to D.C. this past week. I really got the chance to talk with them about Jesus. Jean is a Christian, but she is sad because her husband Chad isn’t very affectionate toward her. I know how she feels. Marie isn’t terribly affectionate towards me either.
I helped the team put the Glo-Cycling package together up at Langley Air Force Base. It starts tomorrow. The means I be spending half the week cycling and getting paid for it.
It is all a bit odd to me. I’m surrounded by people desperately trying to make a buck and I’m just not passionate about money. Sure I need it, and I’m very much in debt, but what is most important to me are spiritual matters, matters of the heart. These people at work are successful, but I feel they are losing their souls in the process.
I went to Rob and Mary Jo’s wedding on Saturday. It was the most beautiful and Christlike wedding that I’ve ever attended. I see more and more each day how the only thing that matters is Jesus. Forgive me God for my apathy.
Jean is selling her house. It is in a fine neighborhood only ten minutes from downtown Norfolk. It’s small, I’ve wondered if I should buy it; I don’t know, I’ve also been thinking about building a log cabin out in rural Chesapeake or Suffolk. I have exactly one year until I’m through with my movie and my thesis. I will graduate and have to move out of the Regent apartments. I really don’t want to pay rent again. Please reveal your will to me oh God.
It is a beautiful and cool night. I have an interesting job. There is a girl I dearly love in New Jersey. This evening I had some fantastic barbecue with the Acoustic Works Xtreme Fitness team. In less than a month it will have been two years since I moved here. Hmmm…life.