And now the world is different again.
I went to see Sarah Friday night. We spent three hours together from 7pm to 10pm. We ate out at the Rockola Cafe, had some ice cream, took a walk, and then said goodbye to each other in her driveway.
It was a very nice time. She said she loved me after I said my last goodbye.
I miss her now. I have so much more in my heart to say, but I would rather put it in letters to her. Find those letters if you can, for not every thought or every emotion from my life can be found in these books.
Now I sit in my new, very clean, apartment in Virginia Beach, Virginia. My roommate’s name is Matt, and we went out to eat with his parents last night. They prayed for us.
I went to a huge church this morning called the Rock Church. I had a good time for being a stranger. I also drove around this afternoon and did some shopping. I got lost. This area is huge and the roads just change their name out of the blue. I never made a turn, but discovered I was on a completely different road. Justin came to visit last night as well. It’s nice there is one Lees-McRae friend who will be here in the summers at least.
Regent is a beautiful campus. I can’t wait until classes start.
It feels as though I’ve grown up quite a bit in just two day’s time. It is strange to have a kitchen to take care of. My neighbors, who are less than 10 feet away, have children. Matt and I are very young compared to everyone around us; very young. Most of them have been married for a while, had a career, a couple of kids, and now they are going back to school. I’m 21. It feels like everyone around me is 35.
But here I am…in this new place, and I don’t think I’ve fully realized it yet.
Sarah is far away.
I love her so much.
This is crazy, and I haven’t even left for Africa yet.
God is with me, and he takes care of all my needs.
Since he is so close, I am always home.