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Midnight Special

In about four hours, Andrew and Brian will be seated in a little Japanese restuarant on the makai side of the Diamond Head end of King Street. The restaurant? It's cheesily named Sushi King, but it's anything but cheesy. Their infamous Midnight Special, which runs under $8, is truly a sight for eyes sorely deprived of good Japanese cuisine. It's one of those places the three of us continuallly go back to over and over and over again.

This time, though, they're there without me. I told Brian that I'd have them call me when they get there, but I need to crash before my 8:30 Theology III class with Dr. Wellum. It's my first class of the Spring Semester, and I want to actually be awake for it, you know? Therefore, the Sushi King phone call will have to wait. Perhaps I'll call Uch and have him place an order for Hamachi on my behalf; I know he'd be more than happy to do it :)

Talking with Andrew earlier today was good, if short. Life for both of us seems to be...cloudy...yet good. I'm not sure how to explain it, other than to say that I don't think the wrinkles that the Lord's woven into the tapestry of our lives will negate the beauty of the finished product. Does that make sense? I hope so. Talking with Brian was much the same. He said something I needed to hear: the time of "waiting" we're all experiencing to one degree or another is just as important as the time of "doing." In essence, this time of uncertainty and preparation is not to be ignored, nor is it to be viewed in a lesser light...especially since the one true Light is still shining forth, lighting our paths. Wow...I really needed to hear that again.

posted by Bolo | 11:52 PM
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