Four months until Christmas!
I’m at a baseball field near the park that’s closest to my job. I’m looking forward to the Counting Crows concert in Virginia Beach tonight.
I talked to both Curtis and Dan last night and I finally began writing out the plot for a feature screenplay I’m calling Winter Dreams.
In one week I’ll be in Banner Elk again. Dan says I can stay at his new place, even while he and Abigail are on their honeymoon.
I often think about my friends being married.
Curtis, Allen, Charlie, Dan. They all got married this year. Vince and I remain, but he’s content in Bolivia.
I am… I don’t know how I am these days.
What is it that I do?
I’m supposed to be making movies, but am I doing that?
No. I’m supposed to be worshipping God, but am I doing that?
I’m just sitting on bleachers feeling sorry for myself. I haven’t sat on bleachers since Marie spoke the worst words over me I’ve ever heard. I’m glad that relationship is over. In retrospect it feels so unreal, fake, and empty.
Why does love die? Does that mean it was never love?
I guess so.
So I’ve never really loved? Is that it?
Then why does it feel like I have? Perhaps it is just because God is in me.
I love my friends. They are scattered all over the world now.
So, Everything after August is coming to be. Another beautiful autumn.
Noisy bugs surround me now. I guess I’m doing okay, for not everyone notices the music of crickets. So, I’ll get up from here and walk on. I deserve nothing I’m given, and I’ll do my best to breathe freely.