Yesterday’s wedding was very beautiful and extremely centered on Christ. It was an absolutely perfect day that cannot be summarized in words.
I did get to see Jeni though. She is seven months pregnant.
So now I sit in Dan and Abigail’s new home as I listen to the Seven Stranger’s first CD, By Duck Tape and Faith. Seven Stranger’s is the band formed by Tracey, Abigail, Paul, and a few others.
My time in Banner Elk has come and gone. I grow more thankful of that fact every time I visit. I’m glad God moved me on beyond this place. If I lingered here too long, I’d just get stuck.
This place simply isn’t for me anymore. But it does bless my soul to come back. I pray the same thing happens to Virginia Beach.
I went to Heaton Christian Church this morning. It was wonderful, but I went on my own, without any friends. Curtis and Megan have already left for Atlanta.
Sarah and I never went for our second walk. Instead all the guys built a bonfire, but we got rained on.
Now my whole life is ahead of me. I don’t think I want to get married for quite a while. I often wonder if God designed me to go it alone.
So, send me out God. Thank you for a weekend of renewal.