I keep thinking that Heidi will die soon. At least, I hope she doesn’t take my kids with her. There is always a possibility that they will perish with her.
The kids seem to be destined that their lives will end. I can’t seem to shake the reality that all of this is amiss. All I can think about is my life her at Seminary will end once she dies and I have to take care of the kids.
Maybe that is for the best. There are a lot of egos at this school. I don’t fit the mold, but maybe that’s the point. I am feeding His children while everyone else is trying to survive or find a mate. Most people are already married in this group, so at my age I’m the outlier. Then again that is what I usually am – on the outside trying to fit in.
At my age I really don’t care about the egos of others. I’m really just worried about my kids. There is a danger that I can seem to escape, and it is damaging my grades and motivation to be at Seminary.
Maybe God wanted me close to take care of the kids after Heidi has passed away. On Friday I saw her and the skin above the hairline crinkled when she smiled. There is not enough fat underneath the skin on her face to hold it in place.
I spent the time with my daughter, but Heidi spent it with her friend. I guess the children don’t matter to her anymore. She just wants out of this life. There is a suicide meeting today at lunch. I don’t have a seat, but the professor said I could go if I wanted to.
There is a point in time where everything will break lose on my life again, and I am sure I am just paying for my sins again. I guess that’s life.