The whole legs were burning still when I got up. Made a decent breakfast, thought of running but gave up the idea in the end. The muscles needed rest.
The sermon was good. The father grinned broadly when I popped the question. “The time will come.” That’s his reply.
Remembering Bud and asked him out. He has changed. There’s a sense of heaviness in the air. What else would be the cause besides the affairs of the heart? I gave him my honest opinion and hoped that things would turn out fine for both of them.
Sometimes, I very much would like to be less of a level-headed person and follow the heart more. I think like a man, Bud would always say. Too rational. Perhaps it is because I am looking at the situation as an outsider and that’s why I could analyse it better. I am thankful that I have a group of friends who could provide me with wise and honest comments when I was in a similar circumstances.
The ride back was not at all better when the news reported the situation at Gaza. “Do you think the third world war will happen?”
I don’t know. All I know is that innocent people were killed. I’m not sure if I should be surprised by all these and what might happen next.
I don’t know what I’m babbling about. Anyway, I’m happy to get his album. Soul music.