So, I wrote a looong list of advice for Christian young men in our day and age and it only seemed fair (or maybe just symmetrical in my slightly OCD mind) to have a version for the ladies. What can an unmarried, childless woman tell you about life as a Christian woman and being a good future spouse? As it happens, quite a bit: Continue reading
If you all saw how many revisions (25) and outright rewrites (3) this post has gone through, you would probably laugh. The fact is that I take this topic really seriously and I wanted to handle it well. I wanted to approach this prayerfully and as kindly as possible.
To all my fellow singletons I wish you a wonderful Valentine’s Day! I love that V-Day is on a Sunday this year because it’s a great time to love on some family or a fellow singleton.
And if you want to catch me tomorrow, I’ll be at the store for 75% off the dark chocolate… yay!
Recently, a friend of mine delved into the world of online dating. It was kind of fun sharing stories from my dating past and helping her weed through the innumerable profiles. She is now dating a very nice guy thanks to absolutely no help from me.
Unsurprisingly, I am watching Season 3 of Married at First Sight. It’s addicting, I’m afraid, and I definitely want to see the couples succeed!
This season I was particularly struck by the pair of Ashley and David. David is super-outgoing and wants to talk about everything (and-apparently-has a timeline for physical affection!) while Ashley is the more reticent and introverted partner. It’s a pair that probably could work really well if they both tweaked how they look at each other’s communication styles.