We're still in Virginia, and I'm still buried in schoolwork. Honestly, 12th grade is beating me up to a pulp. And I have to say, traveling when I have less than four months to finish up high school before the spring semester of university was probably not one of my most brilliant ideas. It's worth it, however, on nights like last Saturday.
After a day of church meetings and events, the church youth decided to go out to the Roanoke Star. For several reasons. Because I'd never been there and apparently one simply does not come to Roanoke and not go see the star. And two because Roanoke is part of the awesome small town club like Abbotsford in which basically ... everything closes at 5 on the weekends and even if anything were open, uh.. have you been to the star yet?
|Anbu, Brandon, Mikey, Jasmine, Janet, Karina, Jason, Leon, Joan.|
|View of Roanoke, VA from the Star.|
The world's largest freestanding illuminated man-made star.
And the night was made complete by dessert.
It's almost time to say good-bye to Roanoke,
almost time to leave the star watching over its parish.
Thanks for all the fun times, Virginia! Reality, I'm back in .. 5 ... 4... 3... 2...