Confession Thursday

  1. Confession I believe there’s a difference between being lonely and being alone. I still get lonely sometimes, but I’ve come to realize that I relish the alone time. So much so that I often wonder if singledom is going to fundamentally change my ability to live with another person.
  2. I’ve been driving my mom’s car lately and heated leather seats are pretty much heaven!
  3. I think Valentine’s day is bogus. Always have. It’s so obviously just another trumped up Hallmark holiday to get people to spend money when, really, showing love and appreciation for someone is a year-round deal. No, I’m not bitter. Really. Truly.
  4. While I’m getting better about asking for help, I still struggle with it. Especially with people I don’t know well.
  5. Lately I’ve really been embracing the fact that answers to prayers aren’t always what we hope they’ll be. Sometimes the answers are disappointing, frustrating, and scary. But, ultimately, the answers lead somewhere good.
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  1. Sean C.

     /  February 13, 2014

    #1 scares me as I discover the same realizations…

    (& thank you for helping us remember we’re not alone in so many of the feelings we all share!)


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