Church was wonderful this morning. Laura’s family wasn’t there, so I didn’t get to see her. Crystal wasn’t there either. I borrowed Richard’s car to get there. It felt good to drive again. Now it takes me five minutes to get to church; back home it took me twenty-five.
After church, I ran lights for A Piece of My Heart and then came here to my room. The show opens Tuesday. It’s a good show and I’m glad I could help out.
Michelle, a girl here at school, asked me if Jeni and I would ever get back together.
“I don’t want that to happen,” I said.
And I don’t. I don’t want her anymore. Deep down inside me I wish she would go back to Cincinnati to be with her mother and just finish up school there. I am not going to be her husband. I don’t want to be. However, I’m still thankful for her and I’m sure that I will appreciate her more in the future. I pray that she find love, Lord.
Yesterday I did homework all day. I did stop to watch a movie called The Seventh Sign that came on TV. Demi Moore starred in it. I thought it was pretty awesome!
That evening I decided to go for another walk with my Lord.
We walked along Elk River. It was a nice night. There was a small breeze out. On our way back we stopped at the bridge and we stayed there for a while.
I told Him some stuff. He told me some stuff. I laughed. He laughed.
I sang to Him. He listened and smiled.
We had fun.
Then I said, “Lord, this has been one of the greatest nights of my life. This cool winter air. This beautiful waterfall and light mist that blows up in the air. The sound of the rushing water and You next to me. I’m so happy. I don’t think I’ve ever been happier. I could stay this way forever.”
“You can,” He said.
I smiled. A huge smile.
These years will pass. One by one. But I’ll never lose my smile. It’s the smile my Jesus gave me.