December 1, 2004 @ 1:54 am by sean
Oh holy procrastination!
Ian and I concluded Jesus wouldn’t have done homework either on a night like tonight. So neither did we. Well, he eventually did and I will soon.
I got out of class and went looking for Mike to go driving because the snow was AMAZING! Unfortunatey I didn’t find him, but I did find Ian while looking for him. So Ian and I went driving. We went *places* and did *things* with my car. I won’t tell you those places or tell you what we did. You might be the cops. But Ian can attest, it was phenominal. It was one of the best one and a half hours I’ve spent driving in a car.
Thennnnnnnn I went over to Natalie’s room, first stopping at Amy and Lauren’s to recruit for some snow playing. I didn’t find Natalie right away, but public safety is coming to kick us out of the lab so I’ll finish this up. Natalie, Jessi, Nina, Ben, Rachel, and some other miscellaneous people joined in a monumental snow battle. It was grand. All in the name of engaging in God’s creation. What a shame it would have been to stay inside allll night.
I finished off the night with homework and Hershey’s Goodnight Kisses hot chocolate. My most favorite ever.
Maybe I carry this on because I’m afraid of getting over her. I’m tired of getting over girls. Whose to say if I got over her I wouldn’t have to do it again? There is definately good reason not to get over her, that’s why I like her. But, I don’t know. Maybe I should.
-I just picked up my negatives and proof sheet from that role of 120 I took a while ago. The number of the exposure burned in to each photograph because of the little red window on the back of the camera. I was really excited to get these negatives back because of the pictures of her that were on there. The two of her face have a big circle taking up almost the whole face except her smile on one and her eyes on the other. The other one I have her full face but it is farther away. I’ll see what I can do when I print them out. ‘Artistically’ some of them look kinda neat. But that isn’t why I took those photographs. I’m not sure I’ll ever get another picture of her in that context ever again. Honestly. that breaks my heart. If I had developed the negatives myself and found what happened alone, I probably would have cried. What an unfortunate reminder that only in heaven will everything be perfect.
But then God shows me the most beautiful winter sunset I’ve ever seen and He reminds me of the fun I’ve had in the last few days, perhaps to give me hope for the day everything will be perfect in heaven.