Many days have passed since my last journal entry. Let me try to sum up what has happened.
I began working at Forefront, so I’ve been around many of the staff: Rolon, Kevin, Chris, Matt, Christi, and sometimes Vince and Joe.
While on a location scout for ‘The Accuser,’ a five-minute short film the university is paying for, I got in a car accident because the dudes in the back told me to take an immediate left, and I did, right into a fish truck that was coming up behind me. I have a nice huge dent on the left side, but no one was hurt.
I’ve been swamped with production both at Regent and for Forefront. I’ve got two 16mm films in the works now, as well as two more videos I just finished editing this morning.
That’s mainly why I haven’t written, I just been making movies. It’s been freeing to just be running around shooting a quick Forefront video, prepping a movie with an actual budget, or editing quietly on the iMac the church gave me.
Dan is completely depressed over Theresa. He was convinced God told him she was to be his future wife, but he definitely shouldn’t have told her that. He is now questioning if God exists at all.
Sarah wrote me a lovely letter, but I’ve been busy with film-making that I haven’t give it much thought. After getting my pictures from Dan and Abigail’s wedding, I discovered a perfect picture of the two of us.
I’m sure if I hadn’t been so busy I’d try to pursue her again, so I really thankful I have been busy.
This evening I’ll be selling nachos at a local air show. The band Train is performing. They have a song called ‘Meet Virginia’ that comes on the radio all time. I sing it at the top of lungs while driving around town.
On Wednesday morning I’ll be leaving for Grundy, VA. It is eight hours away.
In two months I’ll be in Mexico for the first time.
Can the year be ending so soon?
Christi, on the Forefront staff, is a beautiful, single, 24-year-old, Children’s Ministry Director. I’m trying not to dwell on that fact too much.
We had lunch together a few days ago. She’s fun, but is lacking encouragement.
I have shown the latest cut of Dang! to an experienced filmmaker in the area. He says he’s never seen a more perfect student film.
Thank you God for what you are doing.
May I continue to serve you.
I love you so.