The concert was pretty good last night. The only people who came from G.A.G. were guys. There was a basketball game going on for the high school, so that’s where a lot of the girls and some of the guys were. Clifton was there though and I got to sit next to him.
The Laser Tag arena was booked, so we just stayed at the church. We rented Maverick, but before we watched it, we toilet papered the new pastor’s house as a sort of welcome. I had lot’s of fun!
It was six in the morning by the time I went to sleep.
After a few hours of sleep, we all had breakfast at Peggy’s and then went to see Jim, the pastor. He was outside cleaning up the toilet paper, and he was laughing. He has a great sense of humor.
Clifton, Trae, Jamie, Jim, and Charlie and I played basketball down in the old gym. I didn’t play that well, but then again, I never do. Despite being tall, I’m horrible at basketball.
Pastor Jim went home and then we all just hung around in my room and Charlie’s room. Then later, after they had left, Charlie and I drove over to Sharon’s. Everyone was there, except for Bob.
Laura said nothing to me. I suppose February 10th is the closest I will get to my dream. And that will do.
Hannah baked some cookies for me. They were yummy. We ate Tacos and then Charlie and I came back.
The Lion King came out on video yesterday and Hannah is going to invite me over when she gets it.
I got Veronica’s new phone number this morning and I called them. They live in Arkansas now. They moved out there the beginning of October. I talked to Brittany and Scott. Shirley was asleep and Veronica and Sherry were at cheerleading tryouts.
They have my number now. Maybe they will call back.
I also talked to my mom today over the phone. She refreshed my memory. Although I want to go home for spring break and see all my friends, I know that most of the time I’ll be stuck at home. I don’t want to work, but I probably will. Everyone else will be in school. I also won’t have a car. But I have no where else to go, so that’s what I will do for spring break.
And that is also where I came from. Thank you Lord for my home. And teach me to be more thankful for my family.
Today, as Charlie and I were driving back from Sharon’s, I looked at the beautiful mountains and listened to the soft music that was playing. And just like the days back in Siler City and Sanford, these days here at my home in Banner Elk may be some of the greatest days I will ever know.