I am in Louisville, Kentucky. I’ve never been here before.
We left at 11:00 a.m. this morning, twelve and a half hours ago. Charlie and I rode with Dr. and Mrs. Martin from our church. We came upon the scene of an accident that had just occurred seconds before, since he’s a doctor, we pulled over and he helped out. It was a single car accident where the high winds picked up the trailer and pulled the truck off the road. The two passenger’s were okay, but the driver got hit in the head pretty hard.
We had a fun trip up here and went to the first seminar earlier this evening. The speaker spoke on sexual purity. We are now at a Days Inn in Louisville. I’m sharing a room with Charlie and Jamie.
I’m kinda tired, but it’s nice to be in Kentucky. Tomorrow will be a full day.
I met her two weeks ago this evening. Sherlive is a miracle and blessing from God. She came to visit me while I worked in the box office on Saturday. Lindy wasn’t there yesterday, so it was only Sherlive and I. We played cards and talked about the Lord. I told her some things on my mind, deeper thoughts; I let her in a little. We talked so long. She is so much fun. She is a snowboarder, but she thinks chick flicks are awesome. She listens to the same music I do.
She came for the orientation on Friday and Saturday and needed a place to stay the night instead of driving back to Tennessee; she wanted to go to church with me this morning. Dan is in West Virginia so I offered to let her sleep here. She is asleep now in Dan’s bed.
We talked about her last night and how her life is a miracle. They were in a car accident in Kentucky, a very serious car accident, when she was seven. The doctors basically waited for her to die. But here she is now. She has a stuttering problem because of that accident. Her jaw was shattered and her face and forehead cut open, but God kept her alive.
And he brought her here.
She is so beautiful and so in love with God.