I’ve got to get ready to go to work pretty soon. It’s finally Friday.
There are 45 days of school left; 3/4 of my senior year has come and gone.
I feel so good right now!!
I can’t put my finger on it but something is going to happen these next five months. Something Big! VERY BIG!!!
Spring Break is in a week. I hope to take Jenna and Tenielle up to Pilot Mountain and I also want to try and see Schindler’s List. Since there isn’t a movie theater in my town, or in my county for that matter, it is easier said than done.
I’ll be working on my research paper this next week. I’ll be busy.
I can’t wait until the next Christian Skate Night. I’m going to borrow Andy’s Roller Blades.
I find those a little easier than the regular skates. I’m sure my tail bone will thank me.
Marcus is over here. He’s typing his research paper due tomorrow.
Today (Wednesday) was awesome. It’s real early Thursday morning, but to me it is still Wednesday. It was awesome in a different way.
Jonathan and I went to Sanford. He had to take care of something before church. We had some spare time so we borrowed Andy’s Roller Blades and went rollerblading at Kiwanis Park. Then we went to Taco Bell and Jonathan dared me to go in with the Roller Blades still on. I did. Everyone was staring.
Then on our way to take them back, I got out on the road and held onto the open door while Jonathan drove a few blocks. It was pretty exciting. Something else happened, but I’ll tell you about that later.
It’s late/early and I’m tired.
My original plans for this day fell through. But what happened today was more wonderful than I could ever imagine.
We went out on the Bus Ministry and then Scott and Marcus and I went to Christi’s house, to see what Andy was doing. Christi had a friend over and the three of them plus they’re mom were going to have a picnic outside. I borrowed Andy’s Roller Blades and Christi took the time out to ride Andy’s bike down the road while I rollerbladed. We had a nice talk. She seems to be doing well.
Andy was busy, so we went to Fayetteville and just looked around. Back at youth group, I saw that Jonathan came in with Kevin.
The service was great, but Jenna and Tenielle didn’t show up. It seems like I’m their only way there.
Well, stuff happened at youth group. A lot of stuff.
Two people got demons cast out of them. One was a 15-year-old girl. The other was Jonathan. He got set free from Dungeons & Dragons, pot, and unforgiveness towards his father. Afterwards, he was crying and for the first time in my life I held his hand and felt his pain. I sort of know what he has been through by what he has told me, but it hit me then. I cried like a baby.
I cried and cried.
How do people survive such pain?
I’m back guys. The youth group is back! I’m going to be the Jacob I used to be; the one I am only when I’m around certain people like Jenna, Tenielle, and Christi. The ones who bring me joy!
I love you Jesus.
You are the giver of joy!
An eternal joy!
I love you Lord!