I’m not doing too well. I sent Lindy an email, just explaining the sad condition of my heart, all I wanted was to be understood, but her reply was just telling me to shut up and get over it.
I feel those still in Banner Elk just don’t understand. No one has left yet. They are still surrounded by all their friends and they don’t know what it is to be alone in their 20s. My best friends here are teenage girls (Sterling, Kimberly, Christin), and I have two nice colleagues at work (Dan and Jean), and I get along with my roommate Dan, but I really miss all the Regent film students. I wish I could see them everyday like I used to, but I just don’t have class anymore. I feel after I attend Dan and Abigail’s wedding that I should just let Banner Elk be. It only hurts to try and hold on to it.
I don’t seem to make sense to people at work. They make fun of me a lot, especially those who work in sales or who work in the warehouse. Most of them are non-Christians. Oh well. It’s never really been any different, so I don’t know why it surprises me when someone thinks I’m odd. It would probably more weird if someone viewed me as just an average dude.
I wish it was winter. I wish it was Sunday so I could visit Forefront. I haven’t been to a regular church service in so long. I miss God’s touch.